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Definition of Abortively

Abortively
Abortively A*bor"tive*ly, adv. In an abortive or untimely manner; immaturely; fruitlessly.

Meaning of Abortively from wikipedia

- Abortive may refer to: Abortion of pregnancy Abortive infection, a viral infection that infects a cell without reproducing into more infectious viruses...
- Abortive initiation, also known as abortive transcription, is an early process of genetic transcription in which RNA polymerase binds to a DNA promoter...
- Canada before 1891. The desire for responsible government resulted in the abortive Rebellions of 1837. The Durham Report subsequently recommended responsible...
- Russia with them and attempted to curtail the tsar's powers during the abortive Decembrist revolt of 1825. At the end of the conservative reign of Nicolas I...
- Algeria, establishing the first colonial presence in Africa since Napoleon's abortive invasion of Egypt in 1798. In 1848 general unrest led to the February Revolution...
- which aggravated religious tensions in the country. Babangida survived an abortive coup, then postponed a promised return to democracy to 1992. Free and fair...
- under International Financial Control.[citation needed] Alarmed by the abortive Ilinden uprising of the autonomist Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization...
- Empire (then arch-rivals of the Ottoman Empire), or Russia, were always abortive or temporary at best. In 1690, the Serbian Patriarch ****nije III led thousands...
- was released in 1990 and bolstered the band's re****tion, leading to abortive discussions among members about a reunion. This set included four previously...
- (These figures excluded the more than $5 million spent on the production's abortive British shoot in 1960–61, prior to its relocation to Italy.) By 1966 worldwide...
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