Examples of midwife in a Sentence
a trained and certified midwife
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Edwin Edwards, a sharecropper and midwife's son who became the dominant figure in Louisiana politics in the last half of the 20th century and the state's most colorful governor since Huey Long, turns 90 on Monday (Aug. 7).
Larson, who checked with her midwife before entering the race, said swimming is one of her favorite things to do while pregnant.
In 2001, Bd had been linked to a severe decline of the midwife toad in Spain.
The latest Little Woman adaptation comes from the award-winning creator of Call the Midwife, Heidi Thomas, with Vanessa Caswill directing.
The most common method is capsules prepared by doulas or midwives, according to Young. _
Julia James was a nurse and midwife before retiring three years ago.
The three-part series is a joint effort from PBS and the BBC, and comes from a female writer-director duo – Heidi Thomas (Call the Midwife) wrote the script, while Vanessa Caswill (best known for the BBC series Thirteen) will direct.
After meeting with doctors and midwives experienced with transgender pregnancies, Reese and Chaplow began the process of trying to conceive — and Reese stopped taking testosterone.
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Origin and Etymology of midwife
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of midwife
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Definition of midwife for English Language Learners
: a person (usually a woman) who helps a woman when she is giving birth to a child
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