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Definition of Feticidal
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Literary usage of Feticidal
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1. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists by American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1888)
"Objections have been urged against electricity as a feticidal agent —that it is an immediately dangerous operation, that the diagnosis has not always been ..."
2. Extra-uterine pregnancy (1889)
"The use of electricity as a feticidal agent is largely an American method of treatment. Aveling claims the first successful case in England, in the British ..."
3. Interpreters and Interpretations by Carl Van Vechten (1917)
"... freely offering incense and the freshly slain sacrifices of baby musicians to the false gods of their fathers. Often, indeed, their work is feticidal. ..."
4. Therapeutic Gazette (1897)
"Dr. More Madden summarizes the alleged dangers of using ergot as: (i) A possible feticidal effect; (2) the inducing of irregular uterine contraction such as ..."
5. Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal (1890)
"191,): " Unless the imminence of rupture render feticidal efforts hazardous and delay for this purpose inadvisable, the life of the fetus should always be ..."
6. Sex Searchlights and Sane Sex Ethics: An Anthology of Sex Knowledge by Lee Alexander Stone (1922)
"Scan the next paper that comes into your home and see if the virtues of some tansy, pennyroyal or other feticidal compound be not therein set forth. ..."