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Synonyms for obstruct

to interfere with the progress of

to stop or prevent passage of

to cut off from sight

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The three categories proposed by GDC-Colombia, "providers, conscientious objectors or obstructors of abortion services," reframe our results in a way that speaks more directly to the development of policy, and we thank the authors for their reframing.
conventions--transition obstructors would be arrested by the military, and their assets would be frozen and redistributed for benefit of the Yemeni people, according to Al-Baghdadi.
Those saboteurs and obstructors did not realise that Bahrainis' sincerity and loyalty to their leadership would be a rock on which all their criminal conspiracies would be wrecked," he said.
The bureaucrats, the unions, the lifers, the lemons and the obstructors still call the shots.
With that, the Duff show began as he slalomed away from would-be tacklers and obstructors at will, almost finishing the half with a goal as he cut in and fired a right-foot effort at keeper Ricardo.