previus

previus

A near-extinct term for anything that obstructs the birth canal at the time of labour and delivery.

pre·vi·us

(prē'vē-ŭs)
Obstructing; denoting anything blocking the passages in childbirth.
[L. prae, before, + via, way]
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Acute effects of stretching on previus cardiovascular responses to strength exercise.
From 1988 through 2001, employed family heads and wives who had a previus employer sometime between the preceding calendar year and the survey date were asked the following:
The car's chassis is crucial to all this and plays an important part in its sports performance making all the difference over the previus model.
Tenders are invited for Hiring of Bolero Jeep month priod of 1/6/2017 to 31/03/2018modle to not previus 2015for the Oficeof the Executive Engineer E and M Heavy Machinery Division Gwalior
A prominent trough developed over the previus weekend leading to the by-now signature airflow from southern Angola to the interior of South Africa.
Like many of his countrymen,he had grown disillusioned with life under previus boss John Toshack.However, the 32-years old is new desperate to carry on while Speed is at the helm with the Welsh winng four of thier last five matches,including three on the spin aginst Norway,Bulgaria and Switzerland.
Motor imagery in blind subjects: The influence of the previus visual experience.
The performance of our previus work was improved due a better parameters setting.
That compares with a same level profit of pounds 127,000 in the same period the previus year.
One source claimed the previus owner had been banned from keeping dogs for ten years.