partial abortion


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n partial abortion termination of pregnancy without expulsion of all of the products of conception
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In news:

Judges Appear Hesitant on Virginia 'Partial Birth' Abortion Ban.
The debate over late term abortions, which opponents call partial birth abortions, is no exception.
Wall Street Journal columnist Paul Gigot and columnist Tom Oliphant of the Boston Globe join us in this week's Political Wrap and focus on the budget deal and partial birth abortion.
Professor Geoffrey Stone of the University of Chicago Law School has just posted his profoundly confused thoughts on the partial-birth abortion case.
Michigan Legislature passes ban on 'partial birth ' abortions.
I've wrote a lot about President Obama supporting abortion (even partial birth abortion) and more gun laws among other things but what's happening now is not just a matter of disagreement.
Michigan Legislature passes ban on 'partial birth' abortions.
Partial -birth abortion ban.
The bills ban abortions where a fetus is intentionally vaginally delivered and an act is performed that intentionally kills the partially delivered living fetus.
Latest Partial -Birth Abortion News.
It would affect issues from abortion--the return of partial birth abortion.
Partial Truth The press and partial -birth abortion.

In science:

For example, one can abort computation and drop the remaining data, replace the remaining data by a special value or partially estimated data from the result, or start processing the next slice of data while the current processing job continues in parallel.
EPspectra: A Formal Toolkit for Developing DSP Software Applications