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Things birth often describes (“birth ________”)
control, weight, rate, order, place, defects, death, rates, date, day, pills, trauma, certificates, certificate, parents, injuries, injury, pangs, dates, mark, records, stories, marks, infants, mothers, registration, giving, asphyxia, giver, spacing, story, places, pollution, record, complications, cohorts, intervals, chart, sin, right, interval, ceremonies, defect, rebirth, planning, weights, boy, cohort, throes, mother, babies, canal, pains, length, clinics, rites, prevention, vlar, palsies, rituals, names, ban, hour, prevalence, outcomes, rank, fathers, ratio, timing, palsy, parent, doctrine, attendants, fractures, goddess, advocates

How birth often is described (“________ birth”)
new, noble, high, virgin, second, premature, foreign, child, low, live, very, humble, human, gentle, miraculous, natural, previous, spiritual, illegitimate, royal, difficult, vaginal, english, normal, after, actual, german, irish, divine, lowly, former, cesarean, aristocratic, preterm, illustrious, multiple, heavenly, obscure, still, supernatural, psychological, mean, future, legitimate, monstrous, subsequent, easy, mortal, impending, native, give, spontaneous, italian, twin, untimely, crude, inferior, scottish, painful, distinguished, glorious, sudden, wrongful, imminent


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See birth used in context: 100+ rhymes, 81 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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