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parity

 [par´ĭ-te]
1. para; the condition of a woman with respect to her having borne viable offspring.
2. equality; close correspondence or similarity.

par·i·ty

(par'ĭ-tē),
1. The condition of having given birth to an infant or infants, alive or dead.
2. Concept that mental health care costs should be reimbursed by third-party payers at the same percentage, i.e., "on parity with" somatic health care costs.
[L. pario, to bear]

parity

(păr′ĭ-tē)
n.
1. The condition of having given birth.
2. The number of children borne by one woman.

par·i·ty

(par'i-tē)
The condition of having given birth to an infant or infants, alive or dead; a multiple birth is considered as a single parous experience.
[L. pario, to bear]

par·i·ty

(par'i-tē)
The condition of having given birth to an infant or infants, alive or dead; a multiple birth is considered as a single parous experience.
[L. pario, to bear]

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