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- n. A pregnant woman.
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- n. the number of the pregnancy that a woman is in
- n. a pregnant woman
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Veronica is one of twelve Hegarty children, a vast sprawling Dublin family, her mother actually what we'd call in the trade a para twelve but a gravida nineteen, so seven lost babies in amongst them all.
Amelia knewprima gravida was a first-time pregnant woman, but elderly?
Pregnant women are actually referred to as gravida.
Fusce viverra, mauris ac eleifend scelerisque, massa ligula aliquet augue, vestibulum gravida felis orci at neque.
Vivamus vitae eros gravida quam pulvinar sollicitudin.
I can introduce you to three women who had hyperemesis gravida (throwing up to the point of requiring hospitalization for nutrition and fluids), two with a separation of the pubic symphysis and loosened hip joints (severe hip and pelvic pain with every step, or even standing), half-a-dozen who were put on bedrest for weeks or more…I could go on.
If she decides to use his inflicted impregnation as an opportunity to renovate herself and her life by becoming gravida and then a mother, he should not be liable for that.
Today roughly a quarter of all first-time births are to women thirty to forty-four years old, and the phrase "elderly prima gravida," traditionally employed by physicians to refer to women entering motherhood over thirty-five, sounds absurd in a whole new way.
Ipsa, quum educeretur, misit ad socerum suum dicendo, De viro cujus haec sunt, sum gravida.
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