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stillborn

1. (of a fetus) dead at birth
2. a stillborn fetus or baby
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6 million babies are stillborn, the vast majority in low and middle income countries.
Sarah Baker: "My son was stillborn at 36 weeks, we received a stillbirth certificate.
But sadly she was stillborn, so there were no flashing blue lights, no incubator and no birthday parties, ever.
Faridabad (Haryana) [India], Jan 11 ( ANI ): A woman at Faridabad's Asian Hospital has died allegedly due to complications after giving birth to a stillborn.
As well as 70 adults and children, a baby, Logan Gomes, who was stillborn, has been recorded as a victim.
Janet Scott of Sands stillborn charity said: "I am deeply shocked by this.
Lynsey Bugg, curator of mammals at Bristol Zoo, said: "Sadly Daisy was stillborn and we thought this would be a lovely tribute to her.
Once Ah'rielle's funeral has taken place, the couple intend on also raising money for the hospital's maternity unit for cold cots, and clothes for stillborn babies.
Scientists saw higher numbers of stranded stillborn and juvenile dolphins in the spill zone in 2011 than in other years, particularly in Mississippi and Alabama.
Margaret was inspired to launch fundraising for the cot after hearing a mum speaking about her stillborn baby on national radio.
After the episode aired on Tuesday night, Thakrar tweeted 'Zaair', the name of her character's baby, and encouraged other grieving parents to tweet the name of their stillborn baby using the hashtag #SayTheirName .
Police in Paphos have received a complaint from the family of newborn twins -- both boys -- one of whom was stillborn when delivered at Paphos general hospital, saying doctors never told the mother she was expecting two babies.