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

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put down by force or intimidation

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Each artistic case study opens onto a complementary theoretical chapter in which Quash draws upon several critical interlocutors--particularly Talmudic scholar David Weiss Halivni, German theorist Hans Jauss, and logician C S Peirce--in order to extend his analysis into a wider field of theological discourse.
Quash especially enjoyed Cane River by Lalita Tademy because it brought together her interests in genealogy and slavery.
However, developers found that while open cells have been effective, there are considerable advantages to be gained by using QUASH foam.
Quash foam is made from a blend of a custom-designed Index interpolymer and a custom-designed low-density polyethylene for optimum structural and sound management properties at a low foam density, according to Dow.
Your counsel may want to seek to quash the subpoena if it is too indefinite or unduly burdensome.
48, 1964) to determine whether to enforce or quash the summonses.
According to media reports, the screening was held in the wake of a petition filed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali to quash the FIR, charging the director and the actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone with hurting public sentiments.
In its detailed judgment, the bench noted that "the learned Judges of the High Court were justified to quash the Reference and once it was quashed the question of reinvestigation did not arise.
In its detailed judgment, the bench noted that the learned Judges of the High Court were justified to quash the Reference and once it was quashed the question of reinvestigation did not arise.
The court pointed out that Abalos already invoked the alleged violation of his right to the speedy disposition of his case in his motion to quash.
The family must now await a decision from the High Court - who have the powers to quash the original verdict - before a new inquest is set.
Continued prosecution of Governor Perry on the current indictment is unprecedented," Perry attorneys Tony Buzbee and Tom Phillips state in their motion to quash the indictment.
THE mother of a British soldier shot dead alongside a comrade in Northern Ireland has branded a decision to quash the conviction of the man jailed for their murder as "scandalous".
Petitioner Fonseka seeks the Court to quash the decision of the 2nd and 4th Respondents to convict him and and/or find him guilty of the charges in the 2nd Court Martial.
It is now for the Court of Appeal to decide whether the convictions are 'unsafe' and if so to quash them.