suppression

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  • In traditional public relations management, damage control involved the suppression of public information.
  • The papers could not name the man because of a court suppression-order.
  • The young king played a major part in the successful suppression of this crisis.
  • In this respect, there is probably not any significant competition or suppression between the two species.
  • This will however result in less suppression in the stop band.
  • But there would have been far more extensive suppressions than would appear in the letter of the agreement. Cited from Mankind in the Making, by H. G. Wells
  • Any additional water would just run on the floor and cause water damage without contributing to fire suppression.
  • In addition, an intended "fire suppression system" for the building had not been completed.
  • His administration became famous for their suppression of civil society and public revolts.
  • In extreme cases this includes suppression of the central nervous system and even death.
  • We have shown, however, that their feelings are subject to certain remarkable suppressions. Cited from Evolution Of The Japanese, Social And Psychic, by Sidney L. Gulick
  • Since then, its history has been one of constant suppression and struggle against official disapproval.
  • There it came into action and was able to power four strong fire suppression steams.
  • Perhaps this can be seen in historical cases of mass hypnosis where also there has been media suppression.
  • They affected the economy, public health, education, energy, social order, drug suppression and international relations.
  • Although fire suppression offers many benefits to society, other options for fire management exist.
  • It is impossible to know with certainty what another person is thinking, making suppression difficult.
  • He is best known for his suppression of the Society of Jesus.
  • Language and cultural policy was sometimes negative, aimed at the suppression of non-national elements.
  • Some surge suppression systems use multiple technologies, since each method has its strong and weak points.
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Words starting with suppression

Meaning of suppression

  • noun The failure to develop some part or organ
  • noun The act of withholding or withdrawing some book or writing from publication or circulation
    a suppression of the newspaper
  • noun Forceful prevention; putting down by power or authority
    the suppression of heresy, the quelling of the rebellion, the stifling of all dissent