birth father


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birth father

also birth·fa·ther (bûrth′fä′thər)
n.
One's biological father.
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birth father

n (= biological father)leiblicher Vater
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I have been looking for his birth father, also Bertram James Jones, who was born in January 1925 in Rumney Village, south Wales, to Thomas Richard Jones and Ada Winifred Dunscombe.
Ashton, the youngest, will be going to live with his birth father.
Her birth father was black but wasn't part of the picture.
At the hospital, the doctor reveals that Arthur has a high risk of having the same condition as his birth father Kush, Brugada syndrome.
Then at the hospital, the doctor reveals Arthur has a high risk of having the same condition as his birth father Kush, Brugada syndrome.
The lanky man in the photo with his arm around my mother is Paul Schreibman, my birth father, who died suddenly when I was 2 and a half; I have no memory of him.
In this debut novel, Linny is keeping a journal of famous disappearances after her older eighteen-year-old sister disappears, while Sebastian, who wants to be an astrophysicist, yearns to know the identity of his birth father.
After a decade-long search Melissa finally locates her birth father and writes to extend forgiveness, only to learn that he has died without answering her burning questions.
8) Initially, Birth Mother and Birth Father agreed to hide the unexpected pregnancy from their parents until Birth Mother was eight months pregnant.
Meanwhile, Jacob's birth father, Sean (Todd Williams), shows up uninvited to a major family event," the synopsis says.
A WOMAN in Australia is trying to trace her birth father - who she believes was a big Huddersfield Town supporter.
And "My Lord" came out of Franti's exploration of his own adoption as a baby by a Finnish American family from a birth mother who is Irish, German, and Belgian and birth father who is African American and Native American.