Definitions

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  • n. One who is not a child.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ child

Examples

  • This illustrates that the interest of the State is greater than the interest of party one, the nonchild-bearing party regardless of gender.

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  • Party one has one interest implicated and party two has two interest implicated if weighted equally note that even if the child-bearer is not implicated in the reproductive interests — not her biological child, that single interest will still prevail for a certain time period depending on the States interest then party two will win because they have two competing interests to the nonchild-bearing parties one interest.

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  • The interest in controlling your reproductive system, in addition to your equal reproductive interests, is greater than the single interest of the nonchild-bearing to reproduction or not.

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  • As an example: “Party one has one interest implicated and party two has two interest implicated if weighted equally note that even if the child-bearer is not implicated in the reproductive interests — not her biological child, that single interest will still prevail for a certain time period depending on the States interest then party two will win because they have two competing interests to the nonchild-bearing parties one interest.”

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  • While, I respect your view that reproductive interests of nonchild-bearing parents are not relevant, it is not the view of U.S. and several States’ high court.

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