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  • Her infant son died three and a half hours after her death.
  • Nearly all of the infants who died were under the age of one year.
  • And she left the new-born infant on the bank of that river and went away. Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1
  • Those infants who are born with the condition usually die within hours or minutes.
  • There are also three infant schools, two junior schools, and five primary schools.
  • Six children were listed as dead, including an eight-month-old infant.
  • The cause of the infant's death has not been made public.
  • Before the door sat a pale young woman, with a new-born infant in her arms. Cited from Joseph II. and His Court, by L. Muhlbach
  • Therefore the infants understood when the object itself moved and when it did not.
  • However, one child, his brother Joseph, died as a one-week old infant.
  • From birth until the first year, the child is referred to as an infant.
  • Their son having died as an infant, she returns to work as a secretary.
  • She also had an infant brother, John, who died only a year before she was born.
  • Later it became a secondary school and is now an infants and primary school.
  • Baby talk is more effective than regular speech in getting an infant's attention.
  • These short units are often repeated so infants have practice in a particular concept.
  • Much more common examples are the sleep of human infants and of many animals.
  • Life must be made as smooth and easy for her as for a new-born infant. Cited from Phantom Fortune, A Novel, by M. E. Braddon
  • Along with this, he then took in his sister-in-law and infant nephew.
  • Large numbers of people came; some even brought infants with them.
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