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 Where did the word midwife come from?

Answer In the 19th century husbands were not allowed to present at the birth of their children,so a woman who delivered the baby would wait upstairs ,outside the door on the landing,when the wife was read... Read More »
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Was thomas Paine a midwife and what is a midwife?

A midwife is someone who is trained to assist in childbirth.Thomas Paine is sometimes said to have been midwife to the United States, but this is not meant literally.Thomas Paine was a writer aroun... Read More »
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Does Anyone Know Waxx Baby Chick Fest Word,Easter Egg Hunt Word For 3/30,And The Goodwill Word For 3/29?

Baby Chick Fest Word - FLUFFYEaster Egg Hunt Word - HOPGoodwill Word - HELP
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Im downloading open office now will i get word you know like microsoft word but their type of word 10 points?

Open Office has everything MS Office does, but better and with extras. Just remember when you are saving documents for others to use with Word or Excell to use File/save as and select the type as t... Read More »
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What is a midwife?

AnswerSomeone who looks after the baby and mother 'till they leave hospital. They help to deliver a baby. A midwife can also be a man despite the name!If there were no complications during pregnanc... Read More »
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