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stillbirthstill‧birth /ˈstɪlbɜːθ, ˌstɪlˈbɜːθ $ -ɜːrθ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  MBBABY/HAVE A BABYa birth in which the baby is born dead
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stillbirthThen you hear a rumour: a woman in the next ward has had a stillbirth.After a long pause, she nodded and the story emerged of a stillbirth she had experienced in her early twenties.Thus, these clever devices are curious stillbirths in our genealogy of automation.Daughters, too, are born after their parents have endured stillbirths.For women who've had previous miscarriages, abortions or stillbirths, anxiety can be particularly acute.The long, arduous journey to Bethlehem could have resulted in a miscarriage or stillbirth.Danger, suspense, pregnancy, stillbirths, and nuclear dangers combine in this story set in a small rural town.It causes many complications, including small placenta size, stillbirth and low birthweight.
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