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re·pressed

(rē-prest'),
Subjected to repression.

re·press·ed

(rē-prest')
Subjected to repression.

repressed

Of a gene that is inhibited from transcription by the bonding to it of a REPRESSOR PROTEIN.

re·press·ed

(rē-prest')
Subjected to repression.
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We also see the other end of the spectrum in our office, in "RAPs," or repressed anger professionals.
All insects and mammals are equipped with this mechanism, which keeps the large families of olfactory receptor genes repressed.
Ian Hislop's Stiff Upper Lip - An Emotional History of Britain (BBC2, Tuesday, 9pm) is a new three-part series in which the Private Eye editor and Have I Got News For You team captain investigates why we are such a repressed nation.
Not much has changed since then, except that the raging debate over repressed memory has moved from the therapist's couch to the highest court in Massachusetts.
A dive into the world of faith and repressed memories, "Growing Up Without the Goddess" is a fine and highly recommended read.
But coming on the heels of the Mark Foley scandal in September and the media's skirting of the Republican congressman's repressed sexuality for years--a repressed sexuality that quite likely led him to engage in reckless behavior, preying on teenagers in his sphere of influence--reporters appear to have realized they'd be lax if they didn't "go there.
As his friends depart one by one for college after their graduation, Charlie has a breakdown that requires hospitalization and forces him to face the repressed truth about someone he thought was a special friend.
Though there's something uncomfortably alluring about these visages and the repressed adolescent rage implied by their flushed, translucent, seemingly melting skin, the works feel unfinished and rely on easy tricks.
Clancy's graduate studies of human memory and, in particular, of so-called repressed memories led her to the much-maligned topic of alien abduction and to a new understanding of the claimed abductees.
They use violence to compensate for these repressed inner doubts, to prove to themselves that they are authentic men.
A major new exhibition dedicated to the theme of urban phenomena and perceptions which have traditionally been ignored, repressed, or maligned.
Throughout 70 years of Soviet rule, the Armenian Orthodox Church was repressed and it is now "trying to rebuild," said Archbishop Hutchison in an interview, noting that the trip was completely sponsored by the Armenian church.