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stillborn

1. (of a fetus) dead at birth
2. a stillborn fetus or baby
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Serena Kilcullen swam 32 lengths at Stockton's Splash in memory of her stillborn |brother Scott BRYNN HARRISON
The money was raised through the Lola Commons Fund for SiMBA - a charity supporting parents whose babies are miscarried or stillborn.
CASE FACTS: About five months into her pregnancy, Evelia Ontiveros' physician determined that her baby would be stillborn and had to be delivered.
A stillborn baby is a baby born dead after 24 weeks of pregnancy.
From the very beginning, Iran's proposal can be considered as stillborn -- in other words, a proposal doomed to fail.
This week, Take That singer Gary Barlow and his wife, Dawn, announced their daughter, Poppy, had been stillborn.
Poppy Barlow was delivered stillborn on August 4 in London.
Luca Toni, who is currently playing for Al Nasr in the UAE, and his girlfriend were expecting their first child, but the baby was stillborn
A third of stillborn babies--around 1 200--are born late in pregnancy (post-37 weeks) at gestations when they might be safely delivered.
The level of decomposition meant it was impossible for the Home Office pathologist to determine if the baby was stillborn, the inquest heard.
A BEREAVED dad is in training for a series of gruelling runs to raise awareness of a stillborn charity.
Ian and his team want to raise pounds 20,000, which will go towards scientific research and support for families who have stillborn children.