complete birth


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complete birth

The instant of complete separation of the body of the infant from that of the mother, regardless of whether the cord or placenta is detached.
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com) was the first company to make the complete birth marriages and deaths indexes for England & Wales available online in April 2003.
The first side of the blanket features the child's name with complete birth information, date, time, weight and length.
The House-passed bill to ban partial-birth abortion, a barbaric procedure used on babies just inches from complete birth, has lingered in the Senate because Sen.

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