prematurely


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Synonyms for prematurely

too early

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  • too early
  • too soon
  • before your time
  • preterm

overhastily

Synonyms for prematurely

too soon

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BEIRUT: The Committee for the Defense of Tenants' Rights in Lebanon Tuesday accused real estate developers of prematurely pushing for the implementation of a new rent law that the committee warned could see tenants evicted without adequate compensation.
However, children with pre-existing medical conditions, or those born prematurely, may develop more serious complications from flu such as ear infections and pneumonia.
Washington DC [USA], Nov 30 ( ANI ): A study has recently found that adults, who are born prematurely (eight or more weeks early), are more likely to suffer from respiratory problems because of smaller airways than those born at full term.
The results corroborate earlier studies indicating abnormal development of the cardiovascular system in people born prematurely.
A baby died on Thursday noon after it was eaten by a dog shortly after it was prematurely delivered on Thursday noon in Calatrava town, Negros Occidental, according to the police.
BREASTFEEDING builds stronger hearts in babies born prematurely, a major study has discovered.
CHILDREN born prematurely do worse at school, grow up to have lower incomes and are less likely to own their own home, according to a study led by a Warwick University professor.
Austrian based carrier InterSky and Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey again prematurely prolong their partnership by signing a contract that extends the duration of the existing contract until 2023.
637billion for debt servicing in year 2015-16 in order to prematurely retire federal loans and foreign exchange loans, said an official paper.
The shortage of incubators for prematurely born babies, or preemies as they are called, across hospitals in Dubai is placing severe stress on all stakeholders -- parents, hospitals and the health authorities.
BEING born prematurely can triple a baby's risk of developing childhood asthma, new research has shown.
6 million American children - one out of every 13 under age 18 - will die prematurely from smoking-related diseases at the current rate of smoking.
The brothers arrived 10 weeks prematurely and needed emergency treatment after suffering life-threatening twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Kind-hearted Molly, aged five, is preparing for a charity swim to raise money for the hospital where sister Megan was born 10 weeks prematurely.
FOUR out of 10 people who die prematurely are killed by cancer - more than those who fall victim to stroke, heart disease or Aids, according to new research.