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And so, just as before, only by occupation in the day, by morphine at night, could she stifle the fearful thought of what would be if he ceased to love her.
The Commission's preliminary view is that such conduct infringes EU antitrust rules because it stifles competition and harms consumers," said the EU's executive arm in a statement.
SHE'S OFF: Tessa stifles a yawn; BAD SNOOZE: She drops off; SNORE BLIMEY: In land of nod
I take issue with Mark Johnson and Navy Secretary Donald Winter in saying that industry hasn't put its best minds to tackling technical challenges presented by the current battlefield (Defense Stifles Innovation Despite Urgent War Needs, July 2006).
Fortunately, NASA'S timorousness no longer stifles space flight.
Apartheid's brutal segregation never stifles the energetic Masekela, who with the gift of a trumpet from Satchmo Armstrong, begins his journey to global prominence.
Saying current landfill financial assurance rules and landfill regulations are a "ticking time bomb" and that the current situation stifles recycling, the GrassRoots Recycling Network, Madison, Wis.
When we are not living up to our true vocation, thought deadens our life, or substitutes itself for life, or gives in to life so that our life drowns out our thinking and stifles the voice of conscience.