Definition of Aborters
1. Noun. (plural of aborter) ¹
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Definition of Aborters
1. aborter [n] - See also: aborter
Lexicographical Neighbors of Aborters
Literary usage of Aborters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association by American Veterinary Medical Association. (1917)
"In several instances, also, aborters reacted to the 'abortin' test when there were no immune bodies in the serum of the tested animals". ..."
2. Transactions of the Obstetrical Society of London: Vol. I-XLIX, for the Year by Obstetrical Society of London (1891)
"These Tables III and IV refer to thirty-one women who were habitual aborters; of this number 14 were private patients in comfortable circumstances ; 17 were ..."
3. Legislative Document by New York (State). Legislature (1919)
"They sold their aborters, and apparently purchased the aborters of their neighbors. From the report, it appears highly probable that the controls were ..."
4. Bulletin by Vermont Agricultural Experiment Station (1920)
"In short, the identification and isolation at critical times of all carriers and disseminators of the abortion organism, be they "aborters" or not, ..."
5. Report of the New York State College of Agriculture at Cornell University by Cornell University, New York State College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station (1919)
"For a time, some persons thought that the application of the agglutination and complement-fixation tests would reveal the identity of prospective aborters ..."
6. Special Report on Diseases of Cattle by United States Bureau of Animal Industry, Vickers T. Atkinson, William Dickson, William Heyser Harbaugh, James Law, John Robbins Mohler, A. J. Murray, William Herbert Lowe, Leonard Pearson, Brayton Howard Ransom, Milton R. Trumbower, Richard West Hickma (1916)
"... should be sponged daily with a solution twice us strong as that used for irrigation; this latter treatment should be given the non- aborters as well. ..."
7. A Treatise on the Diseases of Females by William Dewees (1854)
"... less healthily: since it may be excited to action, and very often is, in the absence of these symptoms, to abortion ? For habitual aborters are ..."