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Stopes

[stohps] /stoʊps/
noun
1.
Marie Carmichael, 1880–1958, English scientist and birth control advocate.
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Stopes

/stəʊps/
noun
1.
Marie Carmichael. 1880–1958, English pioneer of birth control, who established the first birth-control clinic in Britain (1921)
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Stopes (stōps), Marie Carmichael. 1880-1958.

British social reformer who opened England's first birth control clinic (1924) in London and later promoted family planning in east Asia.

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