- adj. Of or relating to or in the manner of Julius Caesar.
- adj. UK alternative spelling of Caesarean. (excluding the relation to Caesarea)
- n. Follower of Julius Caesar.
- n. Member of the populares faction of Julius Caesar.
“Some babies are born by an operation called a Caesarian Section.”
“Page 27: Some babies are born by an operation called a Caesarian Section.”
“Boy, I saw "Caesarian" and "section" and thought: The part of the ballpark where Roman emperors come to get killed?”
“If she spots danger signs, she can order a Caesarian section by phone, so the patient will be prepped and ready for surgery by the time she gets to the hospital.”
“He calls America's Caesarian Gen. Douglas MacArthur "a vainglorious windbag" and condemns his campaign to recapture the Philippines as a wasteful, ego-driven sideshow in the struggle to conquer Japan.”
“Iman, a 41-year-old refugee from South Sudan, told two Wall Street Journal reporters in November that her kidney was stolen while she underwent a Caesarian section in 2007 at a Cairo hospital.”
“The complaint brought by the woman against Slovakia's government centers on the claim that she was sterilized through tubal ligation after giving birth in 2000 to her second child by Caesarian section.”
“I fear VBAC or a less-easy Caesarian than the last one.”
“It's hard to explain things like the proportion of Caesarian deliveries in America any other way, and for all I know, doctors may advise too many angioplasties.”
“The grandmother had not given birth in 30 years, but carried her grandson, Finnean, for a full term and gave birth by Caesarian section last week at Prentice Women's Hospital in Chicago, according to ABC News.”
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