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I could not cut the cord of my first two children because they were born by Caesarean and this is probably the last time I will get the chance.
After the birth, he cut the cord and had the baby on his lap.
This idea is the equivalent of proposing that we put out an inferno by discarding our fire extinguishers; that we save the occupants of a stricken ship by sinking the lifeboats; and that before ejecting from a stalled aircraft, we should first carefully ensure that we cut the cords of our parachutes.
The face-off started in late May, when Chinese ships cut the cords on PetroVietnam's survey ships, which was surveying the South China Sea for oil.
SKYDIVER Stephen Hilder may have cut the cords of his own parachute, an inquest heard yesterday.
But a forensic expert told the inquest yesterday it was possible someone else cut the cords to his main and reserve chutes.
But forensic scientist Peter Grant told the inquest yesterday it was possible someone else had cut the cords to his main and reserve chutes.
But forensic scientist Peter Grant told the inquest it was possible someone else cut the cords to his main and reserve chutes.