Lamaze

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La·maze

 (lə-mäz′)
adj.
Relating to or being a method of childbirth in which the expectant mother is prepared psychologically and physically to give birth without the use of drugs.

[After Fernand Lamaze (1890-1957), French physician.]
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Bid farewell at this epic wrap party, featuring sets from Debra-Jane Appelby, Annette Fagan, Nina Gilligan, Izma Lamaz and Tanya Lee Davis.
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