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Marie Carmichael, 1880–1958, English scientist and birth control advocate.
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Words nearby Stopes
stop codon, stop cold, stop down, stope, stoper, Stopes, stop-frame, stopgap, stop-go, stop in, stoping
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That is Dr. Stopes, the learned geologist, said the hostess, and the Yokohama matron collapsed.A Journal from Japan|Marie Carmichael Stopes
Dr. Stopes has attempted to meet the need of such seekers, and her book will certainly be warmly welcomed by them.
Dr. Stopes makes some very important biological suggestions which should not be lightly dismissed.
They have such fits that it stopes theare wind, and puts me to such frits and feares that I am not myselfe.A History of Epidemics in Britain, Volume II (of 2)|Charles Creighton
The book also bore the signature of his brother, James Stopes.The Confessions of a Collector|William Carew Hazlitt
British Dictionary definitions for Stopes
/ (stəʊps) /
Marie Carmichael. 1880–1958, English pioneer of birth control, who established the first birth-control clinic in Britain (1921)
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