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to bring to an end forcibly as if by imposing a heavy weight

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suppress or crush completely

overcome or allay

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When Strassmann and Queller began to work with Dicty in 1998, one of the first things they discovered was that the amoebae sometimes cheat.
Queller is the essential element of the machinery of this novel about al-Qaeda's terrorism.
Proponents of resource limitation argue that because pollination levels are generally high in milkweed populations, early abortion is largely due to resource limitation (Willson and Rathke 1974; Willson and Price 1977; Willson and Price 1980; Queller 1983, 1985).
Alexander Queller of West Hills will be 82 this month.
In note 10 Chang leads the reader to reflect on the indifference of nature toward human affairs by juxtaposing reports of the grave stelae of three T'ang-dynasty figures: standing upright and undamaged is the stele of Ch'iu Shih-liang [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED], a eunuch who was infamous during his lifetime for his cruelty, and officially reviled after his death; fallen and fragmented are the stele of Kuo Tzu-i [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED], queller of the rebellions of An Lushan and Shih Ssu-ming [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED], and the stele of Chang-sun Wu-chi [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED] who had long before helped T'ai-tsung [UNKNOWN TEXT OMITTED] to settle his empire.
Previously, Queller spent eight years in Aetna National Accounts.
Fred Queller, a lawyer based in New York, NY whose primary area of practice is Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Litigation, has earned the AV Preeminent[sup.
2 (Goodnight and Queller, 1999) to estimate relationships of pedigree between pairs of individuals in a population.
Queller of Rice University in Houston holds that group selection exerts a lesser influence on social behavior and evolution of microorganisms than kin selection does.
Timmel Duchamp for help with the conclusion and Kurt Queller for his comments and editorial expertise.
Industry veterans Thomas Shea, Brian Salkowski, Penny Queller and Deon Barber will execute on the company's growth strategies.
1993, Lynch 1988, Queller & Goodnight 1989, Wang 2002) and (2) maximum-likelihood methods that use marker information to infer categorical relationships among individuals by assigning them to families (Fernandez & Toro 2006, Mousseau et al.
9, 2001 Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), Joan Strassmann and David Queller of Rice University in Houston say, "Evolution has endowed them with bulked-up Schwarzenegger arms (six of them, of course) and turned their soda straws into lethal weapons.