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Synonyms for suppression

Synonyms for suppression

sudden punitive action

Synonyms for suppression

the failure to develop some part or organ

the act of withholding or withdrawing some book or writing from publication or circulation


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forceful prevention

(psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires

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One of the fires spread to a pollution control unit, where it was extinguished by a fire suppression system with electronic detection and suppression by water and surfactant.
Conclusion: The frequency of serum cortisol suppression was significantly higher amongst patients using clobetasol propionate 0.
The first step in quantifying the depth of burst suppression involves detecting the burst and suppression to distinguish them, thereby called burst suppression segmentation [16].
Seventy percent of wildfire suppression costs would continue to be funded through the normal appropriations process, while the most extreme fires will be funded like other natural disasters through the Disaster Relief Fund.
In California, annual federal and state spending on wildfire suppression typically exceeds $1 billion.
This is a book on the econometrics of wildfire suppression in the USA (actually about the costs of forest fire suppression).
This was a key finding of SOFT (Suppression of Ovarian Function Trial), a randomized comparison of adjuvant tamoxifen or exemestane plus ovarian suppression versus tamoxifen alone in 3,047 patients in 25 countries, making this the largest randomized trial ever conducted in premenopausal women with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer.
Developed and produced in Australia, the new Sandvik Eclipse fluorine-free fire suppressant foam can be used in all new and existing Sandvik-compliant fire suppression systems.
Fixed fire suppression systems are meant to "slow, stop, or reverse the rate of fire growth or otherwise mitigate the impact of fire to improve tenability for tunnel occupants during a fire condition, enhance the ability of first responders to aid in evacuation and engage in manual fire-fighting activities, and/or protect the major structural elements of the tunnel" (NFPA 2013).
Prevalence of viral suppression was determined among Georgia patients aged >13 years who had HIV infection newly diagnosed during 2010 and who were retained in care by using the last viral load reported at 4-15 months after diagnosis.
Applying Wegner's (1994) theory to food-related thoughts, it can be expected that since suppression makes individuals hypervigilant for these thoughts, they may well act as a trigger for food-related schemas in eating-concerned individuals (Soetens et al.
They address new principles of immune suppression in cancer and recent thinking in how immunotherapeutic and chemotherapeutic agents might be combined to defeat mechanisms of tumoral immune suppression and reprogram the inflammatory microenvironment of tumor cells to enhance long-term outcomes.
In the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal (HPDT) and in the Coroner's Court, the test for suppression is different and the threshold for making an order prohibiting publication is "significantly lower" than in the criminal courts.
Inclusion criteria were that each study had to be an analytical study reporting the effect of acid suppression on CDI incidence, and had to be adjusted for confounders such as antibiotic use.
Inclusion criteria were that each study had to be an analytical study reporting the effect of add suppression on CDI incidence, and had to be adjusted for confounders such as antibiotic use.