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to interfere with the progress of

to stop or prevent passage of

to cut off from sight

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However any peaceful protest that doesn't obstruct businesses or the flow of traffic is allowed and guaranteed by the law," Rady added.
While still in the sand fly, the parasite secretes--and then multiplies in--a gel that obstructs the fly's throat.
Without that, they simply become hypertrophic and acyclic, and the nasal airway obstructs.
It establishes harsh penalties for wrongdoing not only by accountants and corporate officers, but also by anyone "who corruptly alters, destroys, mutilates, or conceals a record, document, or other object, or attempts to do so, with the intent to impair the object's integrity or availability for use in an official proceeding" or "otherwise obstructs, influences, or impedes any official proceeding, or attempts to do so.
I think neighborhood councils can be created in a way that doesn't create an additional level of bureaucracy that obstructs development,'' he said.
O'Neill helped to design the mechanical rotary atherectomy technique, which uses a catheter with a rotating, diamond-tipped burr to carve away and disintegrate plaque that obstructs the arteries.
The condition obstructs air intake, interrupting sleep so often that a person "gets no refreshing sleep" and is chronically drowsy during the daytime, says John G.
In addition, CT might readily demonstrate an internal (or simple) laryngocele, a pyolaryngocele, or a secondary laryngocele; the latter can be formed when a small tumor obstructs the opening of the ventricle in the supraglottis.