septuplet


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septuplet

 [sep-tup´let]
one of seven offspring produced at one birth.

septuplet

(sep-tŭp'let),
One of seven children born at one birth.

septuplet

/sep·tup·let/ (sep-tup´let) one of seven offspring produced at one birth.

septuplet

(sĕp-tŭp′lĭt)
n.
One of seven offspring delivered at a single birth.

septuplet

[septup′lit]
Etymology: L, septuplum, group of seven
any one of seven children born of a single pregnancy.

sep·tup·let

(sep-tŭp'lĕt)
One of seven children carried through a single pregnancy and born together.
[L. septuplum, group of seven]

septuplet

one of seven offspring produced at one birth.
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All the septuplets were placed on ventilator support for some days, but by the end of November they were breathing on their own.
By the time the septuplets were delivered--healthy--the PR team had talked with the medical professionals involved and prepared for any outcome.
13) Even the septuplet sixteenths mentioned above lose part of their identity, manipulated by the musical inspiration until their existence as a seven-element set is no longer the principal issue; they are a further energizing subdivision of the pulse which has already been exhibiting a tendency in that direction.
Bernstein, who edited the section where the brief septuplet story appeared, says, "The truth is we hit the high points.
The phrase TAKE A CRACK AT is made of a M sequence embedded in a P septuplet.
Raymond Russell had a horrific septuplet bogey at the par-five 7th, running up a 12 on his way to an 86.
This is the first picture of the septuplet wonderchild nicknamed Hercules.
In a world where families are allowed only one child due to overpopulation, resourceful identical septuplets (Naomi Rapace) must avoid government execution and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.
The proud grandpa thinks about it, gazing at the newborn septuplets.
A dystopian thriller set in the not-so-distant future, Rapace stars as a set of septuplets in hiding from the government after overpopulation and famine have forced a one-child policy.
The septuplets were five girls and two boys, but one of the boys died soon after birth.
While the clarinet's fastest rhythmic figure is septuplets at MM = 60, the horn part has only a couple of bars of quintuplets.