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> My dictionary gave first citations for both "abort" and "abortion" in
> the 16th century; it gives "abortion" an earlier date, but it's possible
> that the verb was used first, but didn't appear in print as soon.
Aww, Vicki, you're dating yourself!
You looked things up in a BOOK!
In this century, we just make up factoids that sound right to us,
and broadcast them on the Internet!
Get with the Program :-)
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