from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of gravidating or making pregnant, or the state of being pregnant; pregnancy; impregnation.
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- noun rare The state of being gravidated; pregnancy.
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- noun technical terms for pregnancy
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We have already deviated from the natural state by seizing control of our fertility and eschewing a state of constant gravidity.
The life of an embryo is more significant than that of a gamecock (which is much more important than a woman regardless of the gravidity of her uterus), so I guess if a women miscarries but survives a beating (or the perp involves a gamecock) there is a chance a felony charge will be pursued.
They had built themselves a tiny hamlet, complete with women and livestock, most of both showing signs of gravidity.
The lion and the lioness both live by murder, and until gravidity makes her slow for the chase the breeding female is by all accounts the more dangerous.
Maternal gravidity, season of enrollment and rainfall were considered as confounding factors.
Changes in prevalence of parasitemia, anemia and LBW due to time, rainfall, gravidity and season doi: 10.1371/journal. pone.0012012.t002
In this round older age, lower gravidity, remarriage, duration of marriage, sexual activity before marriage, long interval between last birth and pregnancy and child death were all associated with infection.
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(49.6%), 4088 were multigravidae (50.3%) and gravidity was not recorded for 12 women (0.1%).
0. 54-1.06; P for trend Full-term pregnancy and early age at first full-term pregnancy account for most of the observed reduction in B-cell NHL risk associated with gravidity.