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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

References in periodicals archive ?
Heinrich Zwi Queller, "Meine Erlebnisse," Leo Baeck Institute Archive, New York, ME 1169.
Stout JC, Paulsen JS, Queller S, Solomon AC, Whitlock KB, Campbell JC, et al.
Although they worked for many years with wasps and stingless bees, Queller and Strassmann's current "lab rat" is the social amoeba Dictyostelium discoideum, known as Dicty for short.
Como lo sostiene Queller (1995), estas ideas fueron propuestas por Hamilton en su articulo The genetical evolution of social behaviour, escrito en 1964, en donde sostiene que el exito de la supervivencia no solo esta en funcion de la reproduccion individual, sino que depende en gran medida de la inversion que se haga en los parientes, de tal forma que se contribuya a su supervivencia y reproduccion.
In a letter to the New York Times appearing in the July 10 edition, Fred Queller, president of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association called the new legislation "regressive.
Ken's cousin Wei and the mythical figures the Thunder God, the Queller of the Floods and the goddess Nu Ch'ou all speak Mandarin with surtitles for the audience.
Marriage in Italy, 1300-1600 (New York, 1998); Stanley Chojnacki, "Family and State, Women and Men," in Women and Men in Renaissance Venice (Baltimore, 2000); Daniela Hacke, "Gendering Men in Early Modern Venice," Acta Historiae, VIII (2000): 63; Thomas F Madden and Donald Queller, "Father of the Bride: Fathers, Daughters, and Dowries in Late Medieval and Early Renaissance Venice," Renaissance Quarterly 46 (1993): 685-711.
Las aprehensiones del Pontifice romano, que habia prohibido expresamente atacar tierras de cristianos, comenzaban a confirmarse dramaticamente, como apunta Queller.
central (48) - Maclean 12, Rardin 5, Ramirez, Waddel 6, Berg 4, Hermens 14, Riddell, Curry, Queller, Hedrick.
Esto contrasta con lo que sugieren Janzen (1969, 1971b) y Queller (1985), en el sentido de que la depredacion de semillas por insectos conlleva a una abscicion selectiva de frutos jovenes.
La formacion de esquemas se comprendio en el marco del modelo conexionista de formacion de cogniciones sociales, partiendo del supuesto que en la interaccion sujeto-ambiente social se activan nodos que de forma especializada o de forma ad-hoc permiten el procesamiento y comprension de la informacion (Smith y Queller, 2003).
David Queller, "Evolutionary Biology: To Work or Not to Work," Nature.
Man existed by twos and threes; man, the individual who might sleep, and wake, and perform the animal functions; but man, in himself weak, yet more powerful in congregated numbers than wind or ocean: man, the queller of the elements, the lord of created nature, the peer of demi-gods, existed no longer.
As Queller and others have argued, the idea that it was the product of one or more conspiracies does not hold up.