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Fetal personhood proposals, like the bill rejected by South Carolina’s Senate last week, typically state that human life begins upon fertilization.
The monthly $260 condominium fee includes snow removal, lawn fertilization and maintenance, spring and fall cleanup, and septic system cleaning every five to seven years depending on the number of individual unit occupants.
Light fertilization with bulb fertilizer (low nitrogen) should be applied when the plants reemerge in the spring, and again in the fall when the plants die back.
In March, House Bill 454, which banned the D&E procedure at 11 weeks after fertilization except in cases of medical emergency, passed by a 75-13 vote in the Kentucky legislature.
Tiantian’s parents had intended on having a baby through in-vitro fertilization (IFV) and froze several embryos.
In 2014 the couple decided to start the process of having a child through in-vitro fertilization while in their early 30s.
The former triggers egg-containing sacs (follicles) on your ovaries to start maturing for potential fertilization, while the latter prompts one of those follicles to actually burst and release an egg.
The cross-fertilization of rhetoric and tactics between the British and American movements was extensive, although the Americans shied away from arson and window-smashing.
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- fertilization of a new lawn
medical Definition of fertilization
fertilizeor British fertilise play \ˈfərt-ᵊl-ˌīz\ transitive verb fertilized or British fertilised; fertilizing or British fertilising
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