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I've so often read in the newspapers, at the end of trials, "There was some attempts at applause, which was immediately suppressed by the officers of the court," and I never understood what it meant till now.
Here the other guinea-pig cheered, and was suppressed.
Papers are suppressed there every day, and spring up the next day under a new name.
In charge of it was the lean, grizzled, leatherskinned Sir Jules de Vac, and it was he whom Henry commanded to face him in mimic combat with the foils, for the King wished to go with hammer and tongs at someone to vent his suppressed rage.
The socialist press of the country took up the fight, however, and throughout the reading portion of the working class it was known that the book had been suppressed.
Fretted conceit and suppressed envy--perhaps your fathers' conceit and envy: in you break they forth as flame and frenzy of vengeance.
The bailiff had always been against the drying machine, and now it was with suppressed triumph that he announced that the buckwheat had been scorched.
Sometimes the look was like suppressed anger, sometimes like suppressed dread, sometimes like neither--like nothing, in short, which I could understand.
You know you suppressed the deed and kept the money.
Lastly,' she continued, 'for I am at the end of these things, and I will say no more of them, and you shall say no more of them, and all that remains will be to determine whether the knowledge of them can be kept among us who are here present; lastly, when I suppressed that paper, with the knowledge of Arthur's father--'
But a suppressed resolve will betray itself in the eyes, and Stephen became more and more uneasy as the day advanced, under the sense that Maggie had entirely lost her passiveness.
Stephen loosed her hand, and rising impatiently, walked up and down the room in suppressed rage.