Blinder, Intruder, Distancer, Muter, Aborter
: Julia Phillips titles each of her sculptures after its purpose.
Now the brown "preventer" inhaler, combined with the turquoise "aborter
" inhaler, keep it under control wonderfully well.
Nature seems to be the greatest aborter
, given that it's now known that more than 50 percent of fetuses die naturally within the first month.
The term "habitual aborter
" has been replaced for 2011 with the more clinically accurate term "recurrent pregnancy loss." This change is noted in both the ICD-9 alphabetical index and in the code definitions in the tabular section.
Data on abortion rates per 1,000 women aged 15-19 for the years included in this analysis were available in the publication Aborter
2008 (Statistics Sweden, 2009a).
417 (1990), arguing that "[t]he long-term adverse psychological effects, which include denial, depression, isolation, alienation, suicide attempts and a family of psychiatric symptoms called Post Abortion Stress (PAS), appear to be more problematic and more devastating for the adolescent aborter
." Brief of Focus on the Family and Family Research Council of America as Amici Curiae Supporting Respondents at 3, Hodgson v.
Inheriting Anna's preference for "violent" sensuality and lust (280), Ursula releases her powerful instinctual forces; the cultural dislocations of the twentieth century have separated Anna as breeder from Ursula as aborter
. In contemporary times, the sexual act, even in Women in Love, produces no children; even Pussum chooses an abortion.
In addition to the conceptual diversity, another interesting aspect of the style of articles written on abortion is the choice of adjectives used by anti-abortion authors to describe their moral opponents: terms like "aborter
", "murderer," "assassin" and "butcher." (4) In reality, abortion clinics have been burned, and their staff assaulted by anti-abortion groups, the self-proclaimed "pro-life advocates." The aborted fetus is commonly referred to as the "innocent victim" or even "innocent child." Adjectives such as "hypocrite" or "criminal" are applied to both sides, be it the proponents or opponents of such practices.
6, 2001; National Board of Health and Welfare (NBHW), Centre for Epidemiology, Aborter
1999, Stockholm, Sweden: NBHW, 2000, Tables 5 and 10; and Hedberg C, unpublished tables, Stockholm, Sweden: Socialstyrelsen, 2001.
Information about psychological implications of patients' abortions is available in the psychiatric field, sometimes addressing psychiatrists' ethical concerns about recommending abortion to other physicians or regarding short-term psychological consequences of abortion for the aborter
(Blumenthal, 1991; Rosen, 1967).
And she said to me with a little, completely uncharacteristic laugh, "Well, Samuel, I am, what one would call, a habitual aborter