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Synonyms for cessation

a stopping

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as to the state of affairs that will bring quiescence with cessation of the discomfort.
This desire for beliefs, as opposed to desire for the actual facts, is a particular case of secondary desire, and, like all secondary desire its satisfaction does not lead to a complete cessation of the initial discomfort.
Look at the other class of pleasures which have no antecedent pains and you will no longer suppose, as you perhaps may at present, that pleasure is only the cessation of pain, or pain of pleasure.
Let us not, then, be induced to believe that pure pleasure is the cessation of pain, or pain of pleasure.
The tumult of cessation from lessons was already breaking forth, but it sank at her voice.
This perception of the public regarding role of dentists in tobacco cessation needs to be changed in order to utilize dentistry in achieving cessations goals.
Visit to a dentist provides an opportunity during which the patient may be willing to accept tobacco cessation advice.
Twenty four percent of the participants believed that tobacco cessation counseling from a dentist may be more successful than general physicians.
Table 5: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Cigars by Geographic Region - US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific (excluding Japan), Latin America and Rest of World Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Sales Figures in US$ Million for Years 2000, 2006 and 2010 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-6 Why to Quit Smoking II-7 Secondhand Smoke II-7 Why Smoking is Hard to Quit II-7 Methods of Smoking Cessations II-8 Cold Turkey II-8 Drug Therapies II-9 Other Interventions II-9 Benefits of Quitting Smoking II-9
This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Smoking Cessation Aids in US$ Million.
SMOKING CESSATION AIDS MCP-1591 A GLOBAL STRATEGIC BUSINESS REPORT
The Net Benefits and Economic Impacts of Investing in Employee-Smoking Cessations Programs in the Public and Private Sectors of Florida.
The Florida Institute for Smoking Cessation (FISC), a new statewide coalition committed to reducing smoking rates in Florida, today released an economic study indicating that smoking costs the state economy more than $20 billion per year.
Cigarette smokers have a lower average body weight than nonsmokers, and the cessation of smoking is associated with weight gain.
We reviewed the literature by doing a MEDLINE search using key words for articles on the changes in body weight after smoking cessation.