Origin of stillbirth
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Dozens of parents responded with their own stories of stillbirth and details on how they manage their grief.
It also inspired me to work with our state legislature to pass a bill so our children received a Certificate of Stillbirth.
Upon examining the product of abortion or stillbirth the most easily observable symptoms will be those of the skin.
A black dot suspended from the fraternity line stands for a miscarriage or a stillbirth.
- birth of a dead fetus or baby
- a stillborn fetus or baby
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Word Origin and History for stillbirth
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- The birth of a dead child or fetus.
- A child or fetus dead at birth.
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