Children-if in a sentence

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Now gratify me by some account of your aunt; speak of her-tell me if she have children-if her husband still lives.
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I shall die without one bitter thought if I can hear from your lips a tender word for your Blanche, for the mother of your children,-if I know that you forgive her those things for which she did not forgive herself till reassured by the great tribunal which pardons all.
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When they reach manhood they are lovers of youth, and are not naturally inclined to marry or beget children,-if at all, they do so only in obedience to the law; but they are satisfied if they may be allowed to live with one another unwedded; and such a nature is prone to love and ready to return love, always embracing that which is akin to him.
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On arriving at Klock-Klock, Captain William Guy and his companions found a population-which Arthur Pym estimated at ten thousand souls, men, women, and children-if not to be feared, at least to be kept at a distance, so noisy and demonstrative were they.
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Examples of Children-if

Example #1
If Mrs. Hamilton is still the same gentle, affectionate being-the same firm, unflinching character, when duty called her, as the Emmeline Manvers it was once my joy to know.
Example #2
Another day you shall hear more.
Example #3
But as I have tenderly loved you, and continued to be your submissive wife, and as the clouds passing beneath the sky do not alter its purity, I now pray for your blessing with a clean heart.
Example #4
Though I have continued virtuous according to all human laws, though I have been a irreproachable wife to you, still other thoughts, voluntary or involuntary, have often crossed my mind and, in this hour, I fear I have welcomed them too warmly.
Example #5
And when one of them meets with his other half, the actual half of himself, whether he be a lover of youth or a lover of another sort, the pair are lost in an amazement of love and friendship and intimacy, and one will not be out of the other's sight, as I may say, even for a moment: these are the people who pass their whole lives together; yet they could not explain what they desire of one another.
Example #6
And these when they grow up become our statesmen, and these only, which is a great proof of the truth of what I am saving.