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to bring forth a nonviable fetus prematurely

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the act of terminating a project or procedure before it is completed

terminate before completion

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terminate a pregnancy by undergoing an abortion

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Do we need to know, or care, that Sinitta had aborted one?
Around 120 knots, the Dash 3 EWO said, "Hey, I think they aborted.
But military chiefs revealed a mission by RAF Tornados, top, had to be aborted
Additionally, the length and weight of the aborted fetuses--which could offer a clue as to age--were listed as immeasurable on all but one report.
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, July 23, 2009 (Balochistan Times) -- Israeli defence officials say three tests in the US of a missile defence system meant to shield Israel from Iranian attack have been aborted over the past week.
A LLEYN ewe which aborted two lambs was destined to become a mother after all.
Today many good and serious pro-lifers hold different opinions on whether it is appropriate to show pictures of aborted babies to the general public.
PK) skidded off a runway on 21 January after the take-off was aborted by the crew.
South African Flight Aborted After 'Verbal Threat'.
The pregnancy was aborted at 12 weeks in August 2004, the appellate court noted.
But reports over the weekend that babies had been aborted because scans showed they had club feet, a condition that can be readily corrected by surgery or physiotherapy, angered Ms Jepson, who was born with a jaw defect that was successfully treated in her late teens.
A 63-year-old obstetrician at a clinic in Yokohama was found guilty Thursday of dumping 15 aborted fetuses as general garbage between January and June last year.
S1 speed and time" a performance check speed and a decision speed, as the takeoff will be aborted if the jet hasn't met the S1 speed within the computed time.
A lucky 13% of patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), who get to the hospital quickly and respond quickly to fibrinolysis, have what is now known as an aborted MI--they escape myocardial necrosis.
Fourteen cell lines from aborted fetuses will continue to be used for research at Georgetown University Medical Center.