birthe

v.1.to give birth to.
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Baillie, (2) Pierre Tennstedt, (3) Thorsten Schlomm, (4) Birthe Heitkotter, (5) Sebastian Huss, (5) Martin Bogemann, (6) Miles D.
1957: Danish contestants Birthe Wilke and Gustav Winckler share an eleven-second televised kiss.
Katharina Stock, (1) Konrad Steinestel, (1,2) Rebekka Wiesch, (1) Jan-Henrik Mikesch, (3) Anna Hansmeier, (3) Marcel Trautmann, (1) Nora Beller, (1) Jan Rehkamper, (1) Eva Wardelmann, (1) Birthe Heitkotter, (1) Wolfgang Hartmann, (1) Jan Sperveslage, (1) and Sebastian Huss (1)
[20.] Hjelmeland H, Dieserud G, Dyregrov k, Birthe L.
Addressing the Queen in the Parliament, Archbishop Heath said in 1559,"her highness, beyinge a woman by birthe and nature, is not qualyfied by God's worde to feed the flock of Chryst, it appearth most playnley [...] Therefor she cannot be supreme head of Chryst's militant churche" (in Levin 14).
Reviewed by Birthe Anders, PhD, Department of War Studies, King's College London
The scientific team behind the development of media in EmbryoTrans Biotech is Lotte Strobech, DVM, PhD and Birthe Avery, MD, PhD, DVSc.
The scientific team behind the development of media in EmbryoTrans Biotech is Lotte StrAbech, DVM, PhD and Birthe Avery, MD, PhD, DVSc.
Birthe Kundrus and Ulrike Schaper look at how marriage legislation and practices reinforce or undermine local gender norms.
Birthe Juul Mathiasen and Kaja Lenz were caught just after collecting their hire car in Glasgow on July 5.