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Literary usage of Gestative
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cosmos, the Soul, and God: A Monistic Interpretatin of the Facts and by Charles London Arnold (1907)
"... Essential Factors of Life — Professor Le Conte's View of Evolution as a gestative Process for the Birth of Spirit — The True Meaning of So-Called Mental ..."
2. Proceedings by Homeopathic Medical Society of the State of Ohio (1895)
"We will consider its applicability to the three puerperal conditions respectively : (a) The gestative state. (6) The parturient state, (c) The lying-in ..."
3. Transactions of the ... Session of the American Institute of Homœopathy by American Institute of Homeopathy Session (1879)
"So far as concerns the gestative period alone, the time of its near or full completion ... This maximum favorableness of prognosis in the gestative period ..."
4. Transactions of the World's Congress of Homœopathic Physicians and Surgeons by American institute of homœopathy, American Institute of Homeopathy (1894)
"OF all the varied zymotic maladies possible to the gestative and puerperal states of woman there is none more obscure in its aetiology, or ambiguous in its ..."
5. Evolution: Its Nature, Its Evidences, and Its Relation to Religious Thought by Joseph LeConte (1891)
"Thus, then, Nature, through the whole geological history of the earth, was gestative mother of spirit, which, after its long embryonic development, ..."