6 : to close or block up or become closed or blocked up : plug <I stopped
my ears with cotton.
The good news, though, is that the study found just one-third of women who stopped
using hormone therapy--either abruptly or gradually--experienced severe symptoms.
One must simply imitate Odysseus and sail past them; not, however, with his hands bound (for that would be cowardly) nor with his ears stopped
with wax, but with ears open and body free, and in a spirit of genuine contempt.
Racial Bias in Motor Vehicle Searches: Theory and Evidence," a 1999 study by University of Pennsylvania professors John Knowles, Nicola Persico, and Petra Todd, shows that despite the fact that blacks were stopped
three-and-a-half times more than whites, they were as likely to be carrying drugs.
When they gave the man shock treatment I knew his heart must have stopped
A jovial man with a stocky build, Murillo is wearing a Bowie High baseball cap and school sweatshirt, much like what he was wearing the day he was stopped
Many anecdotal accounts are based only on the perception of the individuals who were stopped
and who may or may not be aware of other factors that officers considered in determining that they had reasonable suspicion to stop these individuals.
Early in the third, Lewis landed a right that caused a cut so severe that some doctors would've stopped
it at that point.
When the bus stopped
at a Border Patrol checkpoint, a Border Patrol agent boarded the bus to check the passengers' immigration status.
Bane's owner, Marjorie Knoller, testified that Bane stopped
attacking when the victim, Diane Whipple, stopped