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Billings method

 [bil´ingz]
cervical mucus method; see discussion under contraception.
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Billings method

(bil'ingz),
a contraceptive method that involves periods of abstinence determined by changes in cervical mucus.
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Bil·lings meth·od

(bil'ingz meth'ŏd)
A contraceptive method that involves periods of abstinence determined by changes in cervical mucus.
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