Origin of natality
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Examples from the Web for natality
It would not be exact to say that the law is indifferent to natality.
In case of need, the matter is settled by an irregular affiance, and natality loses little.
There are other figures to show that absolute sterility is not the cause of the low rate of French natality.
The revival of religious ideas, if it should come about, might have some effect on natality.
- another name (esp US) for birth rate
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Word Origin and History for natality
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- The ratio of births to the general population; the birth rate.
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