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Definition of the noun birth control
What does birth control mean as a name of something?
- limiting the number of children born
- lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
- synonyms of birth control: birth prevention / family planning
- more generic word: planning = an act of formulating a program for a definite course of action
- more specific terms:
- coitus interruptus / withdrawal method / pulling out / withdrawal / onanism = a method of birth control in which coitus is initiated but the penis is deliberately withdrawn before ejaculation
- natural family planning = any of several methods of family planning that do not involve sterilization or contraceptive devices or drugs
- contraceptive method / contraception = birth control by the use of devices (diaphragm or intrauterine device or condom) or drugs or surgery
Alternative definition of the noun birth control
- Voluntary control of the number of children conceived, especially by the planned use of contraception.
- Any technique used to prevent the birth of a child [gloss, such as abortion or preventing conception].
Birth Control was a German rock band known for their progressive hard rock sound and provocative album covers.
- also known as Birthcontrol
- genres: Alternative rock, Hard rock, Progressive rock, Krautrock
- albums: "Believe in the Pill", "Live 79", "Count on Dracula!", "Condomium", "Hoodoo Man", "Definitive Collection", "Jungle Life", "Live", "Bäng!", "Getting There", "Live in Lachendorf", "Alsatian", "35th Anniversary: Live at Rockpalast", "Backdoor Possibilities", "Operation", "Deal Done at Night", "Plastic People", "Increase", "Rebirth", "Birth Control", "Gamma Ray Part 1 + 2", "Two Worlds", "The Very Best of Birthcontrol", "Titanic", "Count on Dracula & Deal Done at Night"
- official website: www.birth-control.de
- "Birth Control" is a musical album of Birth Control.
- released in (46 years ago)
- "Birth Control" is a musical album of Fight Amp.
- released on
- "Birth control" is a book by Ernest Havemann.
- "Birth control" is a book by Adolf Meyer.
- also known as "Birth control; facts and responsibilities"
- "Birth control" is a book by Sigard Adolphus Knopf.
- also known as "Birth control ... Address delivered by invitation at the forty-fourth annual meeting of the American Public Health Association, Cincinnati, October 27, 1916"
"Birth Control" is a 1917 film produced by and starring Margaret Sanger and describing her family planning work. It was the first film banned under the 1915 ruling of the United States Supreme Court in Mutual Film Corporation v. Industrial Commission of Ohio, which held that the exhibition of films did not constitute free speech.
- also known as The New World
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producers: Margaret Sanger & Frederick A. Blossom
- executive producer: B.S. Moss
- written by Margaret Sanger
- genres: Black-and-white, Documentary film
- released in (98 years ago)
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by Robert W. Kolb
Birth control remains a highly controversial topic throughout the world. Birth control is any method that prevents birth; as such, it includes not only contraceptives and contragestives but also abortion—both chemical and surgical —and ...
Encyclopedia of Motherhood (2010)
by Andrea O'Reilly
When considering motherhood in Uganda, important social processes such as fertility rates, marriage structure, financial support to poor and unwed mothers, religion and culture, birth control practices, educational attainment, and social status ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
By the mid-i930s, the term birth control became suspect because of the depopulation scare. The euphemistic expression “family planning” emerged in England, placing birth control firmly within the context of family decision making. The focus ...
Encyclopedia of Censorship (2009)
by Jonathon Green, Nicholas J. Karolides
Austria Birth Control Cagliostro, ...
by Gerald O'Collins, Edward G. Farrugia
See Birth Control; Excommunication; Latae Sententiae; Quinisext Synod; Vatican Council, Second. ABSOLUTION. Pronouncing over repentant sinners the ...
by David Robertson
In the past, by contrast, some communist societies had made abortion so easy that, in the Soviet Union, for example, it was close to being the main method of birth control. It is still extensively, and often compulsorily, practised in the People's ...
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