America was birthed in optimism.
It was where he was birthed and spent only a few weeks before his mother was cast out.
As of September 2009 Michelle Duggar has birthed 18 children whose names all begin with the letter "J," including two sets of twins.
The popularity of the program birthed a wide range of themed items like Yo Gabba Gabba clothing and toys.
However, the first carousel was actually birthed during the Byzantine Empire.
Two children, Karl Thomas and Franz Xaver, were born from the marriage, though four other siblings were birthed but did not survive.
"The babes my sisters carry will be the first birthed to Anshan in over seven sun-cycles," he said.
The baby advanced well and Jane beautifully birthed her 11 lb 12 oz baby girl into my arms with an intact perineum.
The birthplace of civilization has also birthed an increasingly popular diet, the Mediterranean Diet, which has reportedly helped countless individuals drop unwanted pounds.
Women who have birthed many children or are satisfied with just a few may opt to put away the pills, replacing them with a long-term solution--permanent contraception.
The designer's eponymous line eventually birthed the lower-priced Marc by Marc Jacobs collection, which boasts the same classic-meets-funky style as the original.
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