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The painful irony of Barb’s battling cancer while Columbia River steelhead are returning to their natal waters in record low numbers landed like Barb’s smack to the back of the head—blunt and persuasive.

After my pregnancy and a year of post-natal physical therapy, I had become close with the nurses and staff at my OBGYN’s office.

Cephalopod neuroscientist and diver Sylvia Medeiros caught four wild octopuses, Octopus insularis, and brought them temporarily into a lab at the Brain Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte in Natal, Brazil.

Las Zadas—the only program of its type along the border—provides free health care, legal advice, products for babies, and pre- and post-natal care like vitamins, menstrual pads and breast pumps.

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“Hence, there might be a net benefit, at least to some females, of breeding within the natal group,” the researchers speculate.

Oh, OK, her first post-natal engagement, at a volleyball club, was dominated by photos of her top riding up her chest.

A nanny and a maternity nurse cared for William, and Diana suffered severe post-natal depression.

With the Moon and Jupiter opposing your natal Sun, weed out extra work, curb spending, and limit social interaction.

With Jupiter opposing your natal Sun, there is a pressing need for a significant other in your life.

From pre-natal days I was destined for the railway service, as an oyster to its shell.

Natal, a British colony, protected its sugar by taxing the sugar that came from another British colony, Mauritius.

The church of Smyrna celebrated the anniversary of their martyred bishops passion with joy and gladness as his natal day.

Their mission was however broken up through the incursions of the Boers, and they were compelled to flee to Natal.

We must cherish no illusions as to the importance of our natal world.


On this page you'll find 98 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to natal, such as: endemic, indigenous, inherent, innate, natural, and constitutional.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.