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pro-choice

adjective Referring to the belief that women should have the right to choose abortion.
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On a different scale and in a different context, melodramatic pro-death penalty discourse has resembled melodramatic 9/11 discourse Anker describes: It locates goodness in suffering victims, evil in those charged with their deaths, and heroism in those who exercise heroic retribution on evildoers.
However, recent studies found role of autophagy controversial either having pro-survival or pro-death role under various conditions at different stages of tumor cells.
We predicted that the bZIP60 mRNA is targeted by several different microRNAs (miRNAs) and we experimentally determined that miR5658 plays a pivotal role on controlling bZIP60 transcript level at the pro-death signaling stage.
So close it is in substance to the m-word that CIV PRO-DEATH's indefatigable author and sponsor, State Rep.
That would make them "pro-death." Or just pro-some life, I guess.
She calls herself an openly gay, pro-choice, gun-owning, pro-death penalty, voted-for-President-Bush authentic feminist.
This is due at least in part to the growing ideological partisanship of the nation: Democrat and Republican, liberal and conservative, secular and evangelical, anti-death penalty and pro-death penalty, pro-choice and anti-abortion-the list could go on and on.
The party is fiercely anti-gay, anti-abortion, anti-modern, pro-"traditional family," and pro-death penalty.
This, to me, is not a tough call," says John McAdams of Marquette University's Department of Political Science on the Web site Pro-Death Penalty.com.
PREJEAN DOESN'T shy away from naming names and speaking truth to power, as shown in her critical treatment of the pro-death penalty viewpoints of U.S.
Japanese on both sides of the issue attribute the pro-death penalty tilt of contemporary public opinion partly to deep-rooted cultural and religious norms.