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Synonyms for gag

muzzle

retch

be gagging for something or be gagging to do something

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words or actions intended to excite laughter or amusement

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restraint put into a person's mouth to prevent speaking or shouting

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prevent from speaking out

tie a gag around someone's mouth in order to silence them

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make jokes or quips

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struggle for breath

cause to retch or choke

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make an unsuccessful effort to vomit

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ARTIST: Bill Stewart will be among the members of GAG putting their work on show
Gulf Regulatory Remarks: The 4-grouper total limit species list includes gag, black, red, scamp, yellowfin and yellowmouth, yellowedge, snowy, speckled hind, warsaw grouper.
There is a large variety of patients with gag reflex from mild to severe gagging problem.
Earlier, during the morning session, lead defence counsel Muhammad Shafee had argued the gag order should be granted as a pre-emptive measure, to deter the masses from issuing statements that suggest either Najib is guilty or innocent even before any form of trial or conviction.
Rather, the order should be that information should be transmitted correctly, said Mr Kithi.The biggest problem with the gag orders is the ease with which the applicants get them ndash all orders are issued ex parte, denying the affected parties, in this case the public and the media, the opportunity to argue their cases.
Last night, Labour's health spokesman Anas Sarwar described the attempt to gag Mary and Joyce as "outrageous".
She added, 'It is imperialistic and hypocritical for the United States, a country where women have the right to obtain information about safe, legal abortion in most circumstances, to 'gag' women and women's organisations abroad.
The spokesman of High Court Bar Association of the territory in a statement in Srinagar, denouncing the gag said the move undemocratic because it infringes the right to freedom of speech and expression guaranteed to every human being, both under domestic and international laws.
Respondents shared that gag orders are commonly used in settlement negotiations (another check box on the way to a settlement), but not in a uniform manner.
Those letters are often accompanied by gag orders that prevent companies from disclosing the information requests to their customers for a certain period of time-often indefinitely.
The Trump-Pence administration escalated the impact of the gag rule by expanding its application from international family planning funding to all "global health assistance furnished by all departments or agencies." (1) After weeks of confusion and alarm, the administration released guidance in March to implement the policy, but only for recipients of international family planning assistance.
After 24 h incubation, the exposure medium was used for analysis of GAG content.
Records said the cloth used as a gag caused a fracture in the neck's cartilage.
A journalist and the editor-in-chief from Al-Wafd newspaper were summoned on Saturday before the general prosecution to be investigated for publishing an article that was considered a breach of the media gag order.