birth number

birth number

An unchangeable number which, according to numerologists, reveals the influence of numbers at the time of birth.
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Information recorded included date of calving, dystocia score, calf gender, birth number (single vs.
Each cylinder should have a birth number or an identification number.
Badri explains: "Each cylinder should have a birth number or an identification number.
Norhval is shown on birth number one, whose launch she will have attended in July 1941, and delivered in the November of that year, whilst in the dock is Southern Venturer, launched in the June and delivered in the October of 1941.
Included in the analyses are individual-level factors related to experiencing an unwanted or mistimed pregnancy, such as age, education, union status, and birth number, as well as other specific sociodemographic characteristics.
Numerology is an ancient metaphysical science based on analysis of a person's birth number and a particular universal year.
On The Farm, the first birth that required a cesarean was birth number 187 and then it wasn't until birth number 324 that cesarean number two happened and that one was due to mom smoking and a placental abruption.
While four is double the usual birth number, the doe seemed so unconcerned that I was convinced all four fawns belonged to her.
YOUR most significant number is your Life Path Number, also known as your Birth Number.
Your most personal significant number is your birth number.
There were no significant dose-related effects on fertility, birth number, and postnatal growth at these doses.
DIY birth NUMBER 2 happened last year when daughter Faye just couldn't wait and Richard had to deliver her at home.