sextuplet


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sextuplet

Music a group of six notes played in a time value of four
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Central American country's first-ever sextuplets, two girls and four
HOW lovely to see the latest photograph of the Walton sextuplets.
THE mother of Ireland's first sextuplets ignored doctors' advice to abort some of her babies - and put her faith in God it was claimed in a report last night.
The fifth sextuplet died yesterday, despite the fact that he and his sister were showing signs of recovery during weekend, added Dr Al Rufie.
HERE'S the only all-girl sextuplets in the world celebrating their first baby - but thankfully there's only one this time.
ITV finally caught up with the six in an hour-long special The Walton Sextuplets: Moving On.
THESE are the proud parents of Ireland's first sextuplets.
What was your most memorable moment of being a sextuplet so far: "There have been too many to mention but birthdays and Christmases with my family; going to New York when we were younger, caravan holidays in Wales and the friends we met up with every year and, of course, our first day at primary school."
Amy Van Houten finally delivered the last of her sextuplets on Saturday.
The babies' young mother, Nuala Conway, was also recovering in hospital after the birth as it emerged that she and her husband Austin had kept news of the sextuplet pregnancy secret from most of the tiny community where they live.
Sextuplet mum Jan Walton, originally a volunteer for the Newborn Appeal and fundraising manager since 1995, says: "My personal reason for supporting the Newborn Appeal is to give thanks for all the care, attention and support given to me when my sextuplets daughters were born in November 1983.