Perhaps, after all, I had been premature in my acquiescence.
At last the lecture came to an end--I am inclined to think that it was a premature one, as the peroration was hurried and disconnected.
Any open reference to the question, on my part, would have been premature at this early stage of our reconciliation.
It would have been premature to interfere with her at such a time as this.
To gaze into the depths of blue of the child's eyes and pronounce their loveliness a trick of premature
cunning was to be guilty of a cynicism in preference to which I naturally preferred to abjure my judgment and, so far as might be, my agitation.
Exorbitant duties on imported articles would beget a general spirit of smuggling; which is always prejudicial to the fair trader, and eventually to the revenue itself: they tend to render other classes of the community tributary, in an improper degree, to the manufacturing classes, to whom they give a premature
monopoly of the markets; they sometimes force industry out of its more natural channels into others in which it flows with less advantage; and in the last place, they oppress the merchant, who is often obliged to pay them himself without any retribution from the consumer.
SCOTS scientists have revealed new data could help explain why very premature
babies suffer low blood pressure and other health problems.
A woman has been sentenced to 10 months in prison for killing her premature
baby, an appellate court in Gwangju said Sunday.
We present herein a case of HLH in a premature
infant presenting with disseminated intravascular coagulopathy (DIC) and liver failure.
The campaign aims to highlight the importance of healthy living for mothers and the role it plays in reducing the number of premature
Summary: New Delhi [India], September 1 (ANI): Often called as premature
ovarian failure can affect women of any age at any time of her life.
Islamabad -- Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has accepted the application of senior diplomat Abdul Basit for premature