Channel Master offers a DVR that is designed for use by people who have cut the cord
and rely on over-the-air local broadcast for their television entertainment.
An insider told Radar Online that shortly after the 32-year-old reality star gave birth to the couple's daughter, West encouraged her to pursue her own baby clothes line, as it was a great way for her to be taken a little more seriously and cut the cord
with her family.
ABSOLUTELY Fabulous star Joanna Lumley cut the cord
to officially open the largest Marks & Spencers store outside of London.
If we are going to cut the cord
, it appears as though we will have to shave it off piece by piece.
"They had to use forceps but he just kind of slipped out and they gave him to me straight away and Stewart got to cut the cord
Fortunately a passing ambulance crew were at hand to tend to the baby and cut the cord
Ian was allowed to cut the cord
and took pictures on his mobile phone to show his students.
The rule was introduced in South Tyneside 10 years ago when a baby was injured in an accident when a relative cut the cord
'All that was left was for the midwife, who had also arrived, to cut the cord
- Cathrin didn't even need stitches.
Det Supt Colin Andrews, of Humberside police, was appealing on last night's BBC's Crimewatch programme for anyone with information on the murder of Hereford-born Stephen Hilder, who died after someone cut the cord
on his main parachute and the strapping on his reserve chute at Hibaldstow Airfield in north Lincolnshire on July 4.
During and after a birth, physicians should note the condition of the cord--whether it is under- or overcoiled, and whether there are signs of stenosis, Double clamp and cut the cord
right after fetal delivery to prevent changes in coiling.