- n. Plural form of miscarriage.
“Perjury is considered a serious offense as it can be used to usurp the power of the courts, resulting in miscarriages of justice.”
“The World Health Organization estimates 12 million people are infected with syphilis worldwide each year, affecting some 2 million pregnancies, with about one quarter of them resulting in miscarriages or stillbirths.”
“Then, after suffering several late-term miscarriages, Franklin-Basye began working with a hospital to develop bereavement programs for perinatal loss.”
“Because it's a nasty one, resulting in miscarriages, stillbirths, or critically ill babies.”
““Late-term miscarriages,” or second-trimester abortions, were common around here.”
“I think you can take it as read that anyone whose product resulted in 200–300 late-term miscarriages yearly would be bankrupt within a year; that anyone who killed 200–300 premature but live infants yearly out of the womb via mere malpractice would be in severe, deep legal doo-doo; and that anyone who did the same killing deliberately would be called a mass murderer.”
“Before this country legalized abortion, I believe late term miscarriages did not have the option of abortion-like procedures.”
“It’s unreal that the percentage of miscarriages is so high and we have little knowledge as to why.”
“In fact, the state issues "certificates" for late-term miscarriages, no personal data is collected, no one’s privacy is invaded.”
“I had two early-term miscarriages over the next year.”
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