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suppress

(sə-prĕs′)
v.
1. To curtail or inhibit the activity of something, such as the immune system or a gene.
2. To deliberately exclude unacceptable desires or thoughts from the mind.
3. To reduce the incidence or severity of a condition or symptom.

suppress

(sŭ-pres′) [L. suppressus, pressed down, fr. supprimere, to press down]
1. To hold in check or inhibit, e.g., as a suppressive therapy for a chronic infection.
2. In psychology, to exclude from consciousness.
suppressive (-pres′iv), adjective
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Therefore, it appears inappropriate to apply the explanation of Knoepp's group to our observation that 50 [micro]M [As.sup.3+] could suppress the relaxation machinery in smooth muscles.
The article begins with a summary of the facts of Dickerson and addresses the lower court's decision to suppress the defendant's confession and the Fourth Circuit's reversal.
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In a tweet, he said India must realize that more they try to suppress the people of Kashmir through violence, the more determined Kashmiris become to break free from Indian subjugation.
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16, 2019, the defendant, anticipating that the government's evidence will include recordings of telephone conversations obtained by a wiretap between him and an alleged coconspirator, filed two motions to suppress such evidence.
Previous studies have shown IL-24 to suppress tumor growth, and it is safe to insert into a patient's cells.
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This study represents an important, early step towards that goal and, importantly, helps establish that a combination of broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV can safely suppress the virus in certain individuals without the apparent development of viral resistance.
Pick up your pen Write OBJECTIONS Then list your feelings to MPs Don't let the accommodated unscrupulous Help drive our press-freedom to its knees Although not perfect, it's good for making us all aware As its reporters magnify a darkness where the corrupt and dodgy - breathe their air Of course make them pay when they are wrong We must, all of us, pay for a fault But to clip the wings of an eagle whose soaring and sharp eyes can see through the clouds of default We say: Suppress not the press Suppress those who try to protect those they undress!
Edgeworth<br />Case No.: 17-2074<br />Officials: WOOD, Chief Judge, and FLAUM and EASTERBROOK, Circuit Judges.<br />Focus: Motion to Suppress Evidence Denied <br />Defendant-appellant Alvin Edge- worth was convicted of bank robbery and brandishing a firearm.