preborn


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preborn

(ˈpriːˌbɔːn)
adj
a. not yet born
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the preborn.
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Abortion survivors such as Melissa Ohden are speaking out about being targeted for abortion when they were preborn babies.
Should preborn human beings be considered legal "persons" within the meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment, or do states retain authority to make abortion policy?
We have assigned pluses to the yeas because the federal government has no constitutional authority to require individuals to purchase health insurance, to manage the healthcare industry, or to provide funds to organizations that terminate the lives of the preborn.
It is my belief that at any point during the conception, pregnancy or birth, where the pain of the single cell, the blastocyst, the foetus, the preborn, is beyond the point of veering, suicidal thoughts and tendencies take their roots.
I tried to convince her she had to divide her catch in two, but getting beaten by both a Mom and a preborn wouldn't have been much better.
Loaded definition--a definition that expresses a value judgment rather than a description of conventional meaning (eg, an embryo is a preborn child).
She also embraced eugenics which, in Sanger's terms, meant the elimination of all unwanted life, particularly inconvenient preborn babies and physically and/or mentally imperfect persons, regardless of age or rights.
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Without a legal framework that gives primacy to preborn development, that acknowledges the nefarious impact of most of those unchecked chemicals on the first generation, normal development will not be possible either for the first or other future generations beyond it, and environmental justice will not be achieved.
57) After all, at most, a conscience clause permits certain service providers to refuse to participate in certain procedures or services, whereas adoption of a personhood framework could be viewed as supporting severe government restrictions on access to any procedure or service that puts the lives of the preborn at risk.
Moral and ethical philosophy allows us to determine how we should treat that something, and whether personhood should be denied on the grounds of the differences between the preborn and the born human.
A final important stream approaches sexual issues from a stance of Gospel solidarity with society's "underdogs"--people systematically disempowered, excluded, exploited or oppressed, including the poor, women, racial-ethnic or sexual non-dominants, the preborn, the disabled and the frail.