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    gestation
  • the period during which an embryo develops (about 266 days in humans)
  • The development of something over a period of time
  • the conception and development of an idea or plan
  • pregnancy: the state of being pregnant; the period from conception to birth when a woman carries a developing fetus in her uterus
  • The process of carrying or being carried in the womb between conception and birth
  • The duration of such a process
    weeks
  • (week) workweek: hours or days of work in a calendar week; "they worked a 40-hour week"
  • Weeks is a surname. For information on the surname itself, see Weeks (surname). Some notable people with the name Weeks are: * Alan Weeks (1923-1996), British television sports reporter and commentator * Bert Weeks, mayor of Windsor, Ontario, Canada, from 1975 to 1982 * Bob Weeks (born 1960),
  • The period of seven days generally reckoned from and to midnight on Saturday night
  • Workdays as opposed to the weekend; the five days from Monday to Friday
  • (week) any period of seven consecutive days; "it rained for a week"
  • A period of seven days
    baby
  • A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
  • The youngest member of a family or group
  • a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
  • A young or newly born animal
  • pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
  • the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
    born
  • Having a natural ability to do a particular job or task
  • natural: being talented through inherited qualities; "a natural leader"; "a born musician"; "an innate talent"
  • Existing as a result of birth
  • Perfectly suited or trained to do a particular job or task
  • brought into existence; "he was a child born of adultery"
  • British nuclear physicist (born in Germany) honored for his contributions to quantum mechanics (1882-1970)
    33
  • thirty-three: being three more than thirty
  • The French telephone numbering plan is not only used for metropolitan France, but also for the French overseas departments and some overseas collectivities.
  • Year 33 (XXXIII) was a common year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar) of the Julian calendar.
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Gestation: Unborn Hostage
Gestation: Unborn Hostage
Annatha Wolcott, a rebellious young woman, seeks to terminate an unplanned pregnancy. She inadvertently meets Wendy Malloy, a zealous pro-lifer who has other plans and lures her into a trap from which there is no escape.
Annatha's disappearance lands in the lap of FBI agent Rachel Ward who works tirelessly to find the missing girl. A pregnancy complication threatens to undo Wendy's plans and unbeknownst to agent Ward, turns the investigation into a race against time.
Each character is faced with difficult situations that seem irreconcilable. The characters in Gestation must choose their paths in the hope of finding the one with least resistance. However, sometimes the supposed easier way leads them to what appears to be insurmountable odds.
As often happens, their choices clash and a battle of wills results with no consideration for compromise. When an unborn life is involved, personal judgments and morality create the foundation from which their actions are justified and even glorified as divine. In Gestation, you will journey through the lives of these characters who suffer nightmarish consequences from their life choices.

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On the lookout...
On the lookout...
Weasel - British Wildlife centre, Surrey, England - Sunday August 17th 2008. This is the first time I have ever seen one of these lil guys....they normally hide from me...lol I couldn't believe how small they were, I always thought they were bigger..shows what I know...:O))) This and the other images I got today are taken with my new Tamron AF70-300mm F/4-5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2...My Sigma 70-300mm lens is having the Autofocus fixed, so I will be using the Tamron for the next 3 weeks. It's not as good as the Sigma, but seems OK...as this shot proves....at the end of the day, tiss better then nowt....lol..:O)) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ~ Weasels are mammals in the genus Mustela of the Mustelidae family. Originally, the name "weasel" was applied to one species of the genus, the European form of the Least Weasel (Mustela nivalis). Early literary references to weasels, for example their common appearances in fables, refer to this species rather than to the genus as a whole, reflecting what is still the common usage in the United Kingdom. In technical discourse, however, as in American usage, the term "weasel" can refer to any member of the genus, or to the genus as a whole. Of the 16 extant species currently classified in the genus Mustela, ten have "weasel" in their common name. Among those that do not are the stoat or ermine, the two species of mink, and the polecats or ferrets. Weasels vary in length from fifteen to thirty-five centimeters (six to fourteen inches), and usually have a light brown upper coat, white belly and black fur at the tip of the tail; in many species, populations living at high latitudes moult to a white coat with black fur at the tip of the tail in winter. They have long slender bodies, which enable them to follow their prey into burrows. Their tails are typically almost as long as the rest of their bodies. As is typical of small carnivores, weasels have a reputation for cleverness and guile. They also have tails that can be anywhere from 22-33 cm long and they use these to defend the food they get and to claim territory from other weasels. The average weasel weighs about 198grams (7 ounces). Weasels feed on small mammals, and in former times were considered vermin since some species took poultry from farms, or rabbits from commercial warrens. Certain species of weasel and ferrets, have been reported to perform the mesmerizing weasel war dance, after fighting other creatures, or acquiring food from competing creatures. In folklore at least, this dance is particularly associated with the stoat. Food: mainly mice and voles but also rats, moles, small birds, birdsO eggs, rabbits. The weasel is BritainOs smallest carnivore and belongs to the same family as the stoat and otter. It is a fierce hunter and is usually only spotted as a long, thin tan-coloured streak as it dashes across a road or woodland path. Weasel Habits ~ Territory ~ Each weasel has a territory of 4 - 8 hectares (1 hectare = 2 football pitches). MalesO territories are larger than femalesO and they may overlap with one another. The size of the territory depends on the food supply; where there is plenty there is no need to hunt for food far and wide. The individual territories are marked with strong-smelling secretions from the anal scent glands. Females stay in their territory throughout the year, but during the mating season, males may travel long distances outside their normal range to find a mate. Weasels do not make themselves any kind of permanent burrow - they usually use the tunnel or burrow of one of the animals they have eaten! Hunting. A weasel hunts mainly by scent and investigates every likely hole and crevice it comes across. It is small enough to follow its favourite prey - voles and mice - down into their underground runs. The victim is killed with a sharp bite to the back of the neck. Prey is usually taken on the ground, but weasels can climb well and sometimes raid a birdOs nest box. Weasels are good swimmers too and will chase water voles through the water. Hunting is done mainly at night, although weasels often hunt during the day too. The favourite food is the field vole and when voles are plentiful there will be a high weasel population. Vole populations fluctuate and when they are low, the weasels do not breed and their populations decrease in turn. A weasel eats about 28g of food a day - about 25 per cent of its own body weight. Breeding ~ Weasels mate in the spring and this is the only time males and females associate with each other. After a 5 week gestation period (the time between mating and birth) a litter of 3 - 8 babies (kittens) is born, in April or May. There may be a second litter in July or August. The kittens are born in a nest of leaves or grass in a hole or crevice. Their eyes open when they are about three weeks old and they are weaned at 4 - 5 weeks. The family often goes out hunting together until the youngsters can kill for themse
Pigs in gestation crates
Pigs in gestation crates
Gestation Crates (Feel free to distribute freely for not-for-profit use, but please credit Farm Sanctuary. If you are media and are in need of a high-resolution version of this image, please contact us at media@farmsanctuary.org and request the file "gestation03_300_1".)

baby born at 33 weeks gestation
baby born at 33 weeks gestation
The 'Best' Medical Record System: Despite delivery, gestation continues (Postgraduate Medicine)
I am often asked for my opinion concerning the "best" electronic medical record system. I sympathize with anyone trying to settle on a system, because the decision is difficult. Choosing the right software, hardware, and support is critical to long-term success. The system I use in daily clinical work is as successful as any I've worked with and better than most at tracking down information, and it works well for the majority of clinicians using it. But its creation took a sizable amount of work, which is still under way.

Original Publication Date: March 1997

I am often asked for my opinion concerning the "best" electronic medical record system. I sympathize with anyone trying to settle on a system, because the decision is difficult. Choosing the right software, hardware, and support is critical to long-term success. The system I use in daily clinical work is as successful as any I've worked with and better than most at tracking down information, and it works well for the majority of clinicians using it. But its creation took a sizable amount of work, which is still under way.

Original Publication Date: March 1997

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