pro-choice

(redirected from Pro-death)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Wikipedia.

pro-choice

noun abortion advocate, accepting abortion, approving abortion, endorsing abortion, in favor of abortion, pro-abortion, sanctioning abortion, supporting legalized abortion, supportive of abortionGenerally: self-determination
Associated concepts: abortion on demand, legalized aborrion, spontaneous abortion, voluntary abortion
References in periodicals archive ?
During the two decades Hakamada's lawyers have been seeking a retrial, the pro-death penalty consensus in Japan, which had been shaken by the exonerations of the 1980s, has solidified anew.
The new request for the staying of the executions could be supported even by pro-death penalty legislators since all that is being requested is a temporary suspension pending the conclusion of the deliberations in Congress and the courts, Rosales said.
What other pro-death penalty US President could have come here with a straight face to tell the Paddies to stop killing each other?
But Clinton was pro-death penalty and, in 1992, Bush was left stammering by the governor's proposal to put 100,000 policemen on the street using a new style of community policing.
really a pro-death movement--and we must begin to call it that, not only
The ACLU and defense lawyers know California is pro-death penalty, so they are throwing a political Hail Mary to deceive voters," No on 34 Co-chair and former United States Attorney McGregor Scott said.
David Brown PhD, Novogen Group Chief Scientific Officer, said, "Gil Mor's team have shown that cell death from TRXE-002 is associated with the activation of the pro-death JNK pathway, concurrent with down-regulation of the MAPK pro-survival pathway through prevention of p-ERK signaling.
But the voter-approved 1984 law remains in effect, and executions could resume if Oregonians elected a pro-death penalty governor in the future.
Pro-death doctors could well argue that Judge Nash's decision shields them from being held accountable if they kill any patient with an illness that has a statistical chance of shortening life.
So too all the pro-death activism that has blighted this generation, leaving once blessed nations with little to defend, other than their materialistic lifestyles to which they cling by fingertips.
Anti-death penalty advocates should support the measure because it means better representation for inmates, and pro-death penalty advocates should support it because it means fewer delays because of poor legal work, he said.