American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Contemporary Examples

The seemingly heroic stance of acog and the rah-rah for consumers need to be set into proper context.
How Over-the-Counter Birth Control Could Screw You Kent Sepkowitz November 23, 2012

acog is without question in favor of over-the-counter oral contraception.
Hobby Lobby Ignores The Fact That The Pill Is More Than A Contraceptive Caitlin Dickson June 30, 2014


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    being cold or chilled. Historical Examples Husband in faith, and that acold; Ah well away, Joseph, as thou art old! Everyman and Other Old Religious Plays, with an Introduction Anonymous Here you shall light a fire, which those who watch will believe to be but the fire of a herdsman who is acold. The Wizard […]

  • Acolyte

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    a Pueblo Indian village near Albuquerque, New Mexico, built on a sandstone mesa: oldest continuously inhabited location in the U.S. Historical Examples The leaping of the chasm was not Captain Villagran’s only connection with the bloody doings at Acoma in the winter of 1598-99. The Spanish Pioneers Charles F. Lummis But Acoma itself seemed to […]

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