miscarriage : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n failure of a plan
- n a natural loss of the products of conception
- Several studies suggest a link between caffeine consumption and risk of miscarriage.
- A comprehensive study finds that abortion and miscarriage lead to low birth weight and preterm birth.
- In a live debate on Austrian TV: "You know as well as I do that the Austrian nation was a miscarriage, an ideological miscarriage.
- Kid Rock in E! Online
She's in Vancouver shooting a movie, and I have Laker seats on the floor, and I'm gonna go to the Lakers game with my friend Jesse James,Rock said. "She finally comes up with this: 'I just had a miscarriage':and hangs the phone up."
- Vice President Dick Cheney in United Press International
He was the victim of a serious miscarriage of justice, and I strongly believe that he deserved a presidential pardon,Cheney said.
- Rob Nicholson in Canada.com
I am satisfied there is a reasonable basis to conclude that a miscarriage of justice likely occurred in Mr. Walsh's 1975 conviction,Nicholson said Friday. "Mr. Walsh has submitted relevant new evidence that might have affected the verdict...