opposed to or the legalization of .
opposition to , especially legalized .
Is the last hurrah of the feminist movement to put a bunch of antiabortion Republican females in public office?
This Candidate Is Bad For Women Linda Hirshman June 8, 2010
When a Southern state starts backing away from antiabortion legislation, you know something has changed in American politics.
As Virginia Ultrasound Rule Fails, Is GOP Seeing Reproductive-Rights Backlash? Michelle Goldberg February 23, 2012
Unsurprisingly, antiabortion groups are fighting back now that localities are taking action against CPCs.
A New Fight Over Abortion Access Joyce C. Tang July 31, 2010
On April 22, antiabortion Rep. Chris Smith (R-NJ) confronted Clinton during a House Foreign Relations Committee hearing.
Hillary’s New Crusade Michelle Goldberg June 6, 2009
“It’s more the attitude that was fostered by some of the antiabortion movement, things that really dehumanized” Tiller.
A Murder in Wichita Joe Stumpe May 31, 2009
antiabortion violence had declined since then, but she feared a reprisal.
The Pro-Life Insurrection Michelle Goldberg May 31, 2009
He wanted the public option and would have been unhappy with the antiabortion provisions.
A Bill Fit for a Kennedy Adam Clymer December 18, 2009
He never attended the large annual antiabortion rallies in Lafayette Park across the White House, always phoning in.
What Reagan Could Tell the Right Matthew Dallek November 13, 2009
The GOP front-runner refused to take an antiabortion litmus test, putting support from the religious right at risk.
Romney’s Weird Abortion Gamble Michelle Goldberg June 23, 2011
He voted for the health-care bill, after supporting the Stupak antiabortion amendment, as a “moral necessity” to help Virginians.
The Most Courageous Man in DC Adam Clymer December 17, 2009
a person who is opposed to a particular practice, party, policy, action, etc. a prefix meaning “against,” “opposite of,” “antiparticle of,” used in the formation of compound words (anticline); used freely in combination with elements of any origin (antibody; antifreeze; antiknock; antilepton). Contemporary Examples The piece of c.w. is that Republicans are pro-military and Democrats […]
of or relating to a college, , school, or other educational institution, especially one for higher education: academic requirements. pertaining to areas of study that are not primarily vocational or applied, as the humanities or pure mathematics. theoretical or hypothetical; not practical, realistic, or directly useful: an academic question; an academic discussion of a matter […]
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to use wrongly or improperly; misuse: to abuse one’s authority. to treat in a harmful, injurious, or offensive way: to abuse a horse; to abuse one’s eyesight. to speak insultingly, harshly, and unjustly to or about; revile; malign. to commit sexual assault upon. Obsolete. to deceive or mislead. wrong or improper use; misuse: the abuse […]
the management of any office, business, or organization; direction. the function of a political state in exercising its governmental duties. the duty or duties of an in exercising the executive functions of the position. the management by an of such duties. a body of , especially in government. (often initial capital letter) the executive branch […]