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muzzle

retch

be gagging for something or be gagging to do something

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words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

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restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting

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prevent from speaking out

tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them

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make jokes or quips

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struggle for breath

cause to retch or choke

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make an unsuccessful effort to vomit

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Mr Teng is from the North Malukus and is the head of Gambir Village, the only settlement on Gag Island, a diminutive and isolated 56-square-kilometre coral atoll located 150km north-west of Sorong, in the Raja Ampat archipelago, the world's most diverse marine environment.
The fall inshore gag run will soon get underway, bringing swarms of hungry fish into nearshore depths perfect for trolling.
The gag, issued late on Thursday, coincided with the beginning of the questioning of Abdul Jalil Al Singace, the spokesman for the Haq Movement.
Obama was right to reverse the gag rule in a world in which millions of impoverished women overseas lack decent health care and better lives - and far too many of die in childbirth or from botched abortions, in part because U.
He sat for the whole of the one hour and ten minutes of the meeting wearing the gag.
Forty-seven (81%) of the strips included in the study had a gag (humorous) orientation.
gov) that explain what agencies can expect from the GAG during the audit and what the GAG expects from them.
A ROW has erupted in Redditch with Tory councillors threatening legal action against Labour members amid claims the Conservatives tried to gag MP Jacqui Smith over the future of hospital services.
The Border Patrol terminated the survey on January 27, 2004, subject to an immediate gag order, because it had produced "politically inconvenient and/or potentially embarrassing data," charged Judicial Watch in its 16-page report.
In addition, Bush is maintaining the "global gag rule," which denies overseas family planning organizations any U.
The Gag Recap, a national newsletter published in Chalfont, Penn.
Harper has pledged to scrap the gag law mentioned in the short article, when he imposed his own gag order on members of his own party three days before the end of the Federal election on 28 June 2004
But the announcement came weeks after the complaint was filed, because the case itself was subject to the sort of gag order that prevents those served with national security letters from talking about them.
For protection against swallowing foreign objects, most people have a gag reflex.