abortion

[ uh-bawr-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF abortion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ABORTION

And he had arrived at what he called the hypothesis of the abortion of cells.

Some trees are without fruit through the abortion of the pistils.

Cows that are degenerating into consumption are exceedingly subject to abortion.

Abortion, also, often follows a sudden change from poor to luxuriant food.

In this case the neglect is over-production; the evil is abortion.

Abortion is practiced throughout Hungary by women of all the nationalities.

Abortion produced on her by another was a crime, but not when she produced it on herself.

Abortion and infanticide are two customs which have the same character and purpose.

In the neighboring tribe of the Orang Laut no means of abortion was known.

Abortion of the ovules is considered by the same authority to be due to—1.

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