: Intersex babies account for roughly one per cent of all births.
: the birth of an empire
: He was of noble birth, but fortune had not favored him.
*: elected without reference to birth, but solely for qualifications
*: Poets are far rarer births than kings.
*: Others hatch their eggs and tend the birth till it is able to shift for itself.
: Her birth father left when she was a baby; she was raised by her mother and stepfather.
*: "I dont know nothin bout birthin babies!"
*: Biological evolution created a human mind that enabled cultural evolution, which now outpaces and outclasses the force that birthed it.
: From its inception the agency has been helping people obtain and properly install car seats for children.
: The time of Henry VII ... nearly coincides with the commencement of what is termed modern history. -allam.
: 1800, William Took, View of the Russian empire during the reign of Catharine the Second
:: Yet from the commencement of mining there have been unnoble proprietors of mines, who belonged to the class of merchants.
: Todays victory was an offset to yesterdays defeat.
: An array of bytes uses its index as the offset, of words a multiple thereof.
: The raw signal data was subjected to a baseline correction process to subtract the sensors offset and drift variations.
: There is a small offset between the switch and the indicator which some users found confusing.
: Ill offset the time difference locally.
: to offset one charge against another
*: The company little suspected what a noble work I had then in embryo.
*: it dives into the heart of the observed, and there espies evil, as it were, in the first embryo [...]
: The author describes the main characters youth at the beginning of the story
: That house is at the beginning of the street