Sara says Hubbard, while he was writing Dianetics, kicked her stomach several times to attempt to cause a miscarriage.
Then there is a strange scene where Bush drives his mother to the hospital after a miscarriage.
Despite their heartbreak over the miscarriage, the Duggars revealed in February that they would still like more children.
“No one knows this—I had a miscarriage for those weeks that I took off,” she said.
Meanwhile, the ever-reliable Globe is carrying a story that Kate suffered a miscarriage before William left for the Falklands.
When an abortion (or miscarriage) takes place by itself, without any outside aid, we call it spontaneous abortion.
A blow or a fall, even a fright or shock may cause a miscarriage.
There have also been one child stillborn and one miscarriage.
When the miscarriage cannot be prevented it is called an "Inevitable miscarriage."
My own belief is that he's hiding something in his sleeve, and that if he's hanged it'll be a miscarriage of justice.
miscarriage mis·car·riage (mĭs'kār'ĭj, mĭs-kār'-)
Premature expulsion of a nonviable fetus, especially before the middle of the second trimester of gestation; spontaneous abortion.