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to stop suddenly, as a conversation, activity, or relationship

to fasten or be fastened at one point with no support from below

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hang freely

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cause to be held in suspension in a fluid

bar temporarily

stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it

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make inoperative or stop

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Lagman also warned of 'alarming shades of martial law' in Duterte's idea of suspending the privilege.
The local government of San Juan also made an announcement suspending classes in all private and public schools
The brawl lasted about 10 minutes before umpires John Brammer and Brandon Leopoldus, with assistance from law-enforcement officials, were able to separate the players and send them to their respective clubhouses before suspending the game.
Following such submissions by Resolution 201 dated December 15, 2005 (notified December 20) the Arbitration Tribunal resolved rejecting the order of suspension ordered by the 64th Civil Court but temporarily suspending the arbitration closing arguments hearingto protectthe procedural legal terms to issue the arbitration award and to avoid any damage by the injunction issued by the Third Civil Court of Cajamarca.
Meanwhile, Colegio de San Juan de Letran (@LetranOfficial) said that it was not suspending classes in the collegiate level.
L'Dera and other parents in the group contend the school is too harsh with its discipline, suspending students with little justification, and in violation of state law.
Following such submissions by Resolution 201 dated December 15, 2005 (notified December 20) the Arbitration Tribunal resolved rejecting the order of suspension ordered by the 64th Civil Court and temporarily suspending the arbitration closing arguments hearing, as ordered by the injunction issued by the Third Civil Court of Cajamarca.
On its own, the hospital took the precaution of suspending the 40 other members of its respiratory care department until the investigation is complete, he said.
As a result of the Supreme Court's decision confirming the jurisdiction and autonomy of the Arbitration Process, Sulliden has now formally requested the Arbitration Tribunal to reconsider its recent decision (resolved by a two-to-one majority vote) (Resolution 162 dated May 26, 2005) suspending the Arbitration Hearing based on a separate order issued by the Judge of the District of Lima at the request of Algamarca.