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GLAND
LABOUR
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FEMALE
EARTH
NATURE
MORNING
CHILDREN
IMAGES
CARTILAGE
ENTIRELY
MEANING
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GROWING
PART
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WOMB FEVER
AHRIMAN
HUMAN EMBRYO
SEVERE ANEMIA
FIRSTBORN
DEVELOPING BABY
HEART DEFECTS HEART DEFECTS
MOTHERS WOMB
WOMB REALM
SUN
GODDESS
PUPPIES
INFECTED
RESULTING
VISION
DREAM
CHANCE
DEVELOPING
BRAIN
NERVE CELLS
LIFE
REBIRTH
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KRISHNA
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Womb: The womb (uterus) is a hollow, pear-shaped organ located in a woman's lower abdomen between the bladder and the rectum.
  2. In the womb, the two sides of the heart beat together.
  3. Eve's womb was big with tears, but Mary's womb was big with gladness.
  4. Hagar the Womb were a punk band active in the early 80's and part of the Anarcho Punk movement.

Nutrients

  1. In the womb, for example, a fetus sends out signals that increase the flow of nutrients from its mother's blood vessels.

Doctors

  1. Otherwise, doctors can plan ahead for early treatment, either in the womb or at birth.

Mammals

  1. This complex process of bone development occurs within all mammals, both in the womb and when bone repair is necessary.

Regard

  1. Simson Garfinkel quoted Professor Jerome Y. Lettvin as saying "You might regard it as the womb of the Institute.

Gland

  1. A baby may be born with hypothyroidism if their thyroid gland does not develop properly in the womb (called congenital hypothyroidism).

Labour

  1. This type of tea is thought to help tone the muscles of your uterus (womb) ready for labour.

Visible

  1. The extra fluid in the bladder moves air-filled bowel loops away from the womb so that the baby and womb are more visible during the ultrasound test.
  2. Exalte, rapt, ecstatic, The visible but their womb of birth, Of orbic tendencies to shape and shape and shape, The mighty earth-eidolon.

Female

  1. The female develops a kind of yolk sack in her womb which delivers nutrients to the embryo.

Earth

  1. They believed that when the sun set, Ekhi travelled into Itxasgorrieta ("The Reddish Seas") beneath the earth into the womb of Lurbira, her mother.

Nature

  1. Every ark-shrine, whether with the Egyptians, Hindus, Chaldeans or Mexicans, was a phallic shrine, the symbol of the yoni or womb of nature.

Morning

  1. She is also womb and tomb, and Lithuanians greet her when they rise in the morning and go to sleep at night.

Children

  1. They found that children who had been exposed to high levels of lead in the womb were more than twice as likely to go on to develop schizophrenia.

Images

  1. The third bardo consists of a series of images determined by the soul's karma that lead to psychic vortices that draw the soul into a womb.

Cartilage

  1. And that brings us to The fetus bones when the child is womb are mainly composed of cartilage tissue.

Entirely

  1. Pannonia, the "womb of barbarians" is now almost entirely lost.

Meaning

  1. A typical astrolabe consists of a series of brass plates nested in a brass matrix known in Arabic as the umm (meaning "womb").
  2. The meaning of the ankh as womb, thus fertility and reproduction, is well-illustrated in this particular legend.

Associated

  1. Low weight at birth and in the womb has been associated with later heart disease in a few studies.

Growing

  1. The alchemists regarded the metals as growing in the womb of the earth, and a knowledge of this growth as being of very great importance.

Part

  1. As a fetus develops in the womb, any part of the urinary tract can grow to an abnormal size or in an abnormal shape or position.

End

  1. It is used most often to end wanted pregnancies in which expectant parents learn their baby will not be viable outside of the womb.

Womb Fever

  1. Womb fever: Infection of the uterus.

Ahriman

  1. Ahriman then preempted Ohrmuzd by ripping open the womb to emerge first.

Human Embryo

  1. And this developing human being is a human being, a human embryo, a human child whether or not it is implanted artificially into the womb of the mother.

Severe Anemia

  1. This procedure is done when a baby that is still in the womb suffers from severe anemia.

Firstborn

  1. I have taken the Levites from the children of Israel, for every firstborn that openeth the womb among the children of Israel, and the Levites shall be mine.

Developing Baby

  1. Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) is a protein normally found in the tissue of a developing baby in the womb.

Heart Defects Heart Defects

  1. Causes of heart defects Heart defects usually develop while a baby is still in the womb.

Mothers Womb

  1. The blue whale is a mammal, because it has milk, hair, and the embryo develops in the mothers womb.

Womb Realm

  1. However, Acala is not a buddha, but one of the Five Wisdom Kings of the Womb Realm in Vajrayana.

Sun

  1. Neith was also, in some stories, the mother of Ra, making her an avatar of the Mother Goddess who is the womb and tomb of the Sun.
  2. I suggest that he's inside a womb since this place is the birthplace of the Sun on the Galactic Cross.

Goddess

  1. The goddess with power over the womb leapt up in consternation, releasing her clasped hands: by releasing the bonds, herself, easing the birth.

Puppies

  1. Puppies and kittens are usually born with roundworm infections (passed to them from their mother whilst still in the womb).

Infected

  1. The cardio form of this infection is often seen in puppies that are infected from the womb or shortly after birth.
  2. Doctors discover that the baby girl is dying of AIDS, having been infected with HIV in the womb.

Resulting

  1. Further, mares are usually larger than jennys and thus have more room for the ensuing foal to grow in the womb, resulting in a larger animal at birth.
  2. The resulting reconstructed embryo is introduced into a womb.

Vision

  1. Chandramani Devi is said to have had a vision of light entering her womb before Ramakrishna's birth.

Dream

  1. Siddhārtha's birth was preceded by a dream in which his mother saw a white elephant entering her womb.
  2. This prince, in a dream, saw a vine spring from the womb of his only daughter, with the branches of which all Asia was overshadowed.

Chance

  1. In return, the baby Abhimanyu in the womb did not get a chance to learn how to come out of it.

Developing

  1. Some kidney problems may show up when a child is still developing in the womb.

Brain

  1. Sex differences in the brain begin in the womb.

Nerve Cells

  1. Normally, nerve cells grow in the baby's intestine soon after the baby begins to grow in the womb.

Life

  1. The Oracles, however, regard it as the Womb of Life, the Divine Mother.
  2. Symptoms of autosomal recessive PKD begin in the earliest months of life, even in the womb.

Rebirth

  1. Gimbutas associates these graves with uterine symbolism in which the tomb functions symbolically as a womb for rebirth.

Offspring

  1. Unfortunately, the primordial Origin (the Womb, Absolute Emptiness) is mixed up here with Her offspring: the Light e.g.

Father

  1. When Ahriman heard this, he ripped the womb open, emerged, and advanced towards his father.

Krishna

  1. As he came out of the womb, the baby (who, of course, was Krishna) said, "Take me to Gokul, to Nanda's house, and there you will find a girl-child.

Name

  1. The name is originally from Ancient Greek δελφίς (delphís; "dolphin"), which was related to the Greek δελφυς (delphys; "womb").
  2. The "female Arani" is a name of the Vedic Aditi (esoterically, the womb of the world).

Categories

  1. Uterus
  2. Cervix
  3. Vagina
  4. Nature > Life > Animals > Fetus
  5. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Family > Mother

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