anti-abortionist


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anti-abortionist

[ˌæntɪəˈbɔːʃənɪst] Nantiabortista mf
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He has a prodeath penalty Home Secretary, an anti-abortionist Health Minister and Foreign and Trade Secretaries who think the common folk are the world's worst idlers.
Davidson's attempts to pretend she was in the Tory party but different, have been exposed by the election of a right-wing PM, a bargain-store Trump, who has littered Britain with his slurs against gay people, black people, and Muslim people, who has asked an anti-abortionist to be leader of the House and who, with a dwindling majority, will depend even more on the bonds with the DUP.
The Sunday Mirror has learned the strident anti-abortionist had been profiting from shares held in drug firm FDC in India - where abortion is allowed.
However, the plan runs into trouble when she learns his girlfriend Audra is being held hostage by a crazed anti-abortionist. The fine cast includes Mary-Louise Parker, pictured, and Hunter Parrish.
Tiller, the Kansas doctor who operated an abortion clinic until he was murdered by an anti-abortionist.
Koop, a vocal anti-abortionist, was widely expected to denounce abortion as a risk to women's mental health.
The Christian anti-abortionist who kills a physician sees himself as protecting the helpless and as doing the will of God.
Devout Italian Roman Catholic Capello, who is already reeling from his captain's fling with model Vanessa Perroncel, is an outspoken anti-abortionist.
Both anti-abortionist and feminist groups criticised choosing a woman whose opinions on other subjects such as genetic and social engineering became increasingly wild.
Even if he did not vote to overturn Roe outright, he would support loopholes that would invite mischief at the state level, energizing anti-abortionist pressure on state officials and effectively denying reproductive choice to more women, especially low-income women.
The murder by an anti-abortionist of his gynecologist sister and the divorce of his gay plastic surgeon brother, both symbolically engaged in forms of identity erasure, confront Monk with the responsibility of moving from Los Angeles to the District of Columbia to care for his mother, whose health and authentic identity are being rapidly erased by Alzheimer's.
But the anti-abortionist was criticised by pro-choice groups and the Catholic Church for removing vulnerable girls from society.