The action of suppressing something such as an activity or publication,
The action of suppressing something such as an activity or publication
the forcible suppression of campus protests
Stoppage or reduction of a discharge or secretion
The absence or nondevelopment of a part or organ that is normally present
The canceling of the effect of one mutation by a second mutation
The restraint or repression of an idea, activity, or reaction by something more powerful
The conscious inhibition of unacceptable memories, impulses, or desires
Prevention of electrical interference
the failure to develop some part or organ
the act of withholding or withdrawing some book or writing from publication or circulation; "a suppression of the newspaper"
forceful prevention; putting down by power or authority; "the suppression of heresy"; "the quelling of the rebellion"; "the stifling of all dissent"
inhibition: (psychology) the conscious exclusion of unacceptable thoughts or desires
(suppress) to put down by force or authority; "suppress a nascent uprising"; "stamp down on littering"; "conquer one's desires"
(suppress) oppress: come down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority; "The government oppresses political activists"
Suppression of an eye is a subconscious adaptation by a person's brain to eliminate the symptoms of disorders of binocular vision such as strabismus, convergence insufficiency and aniseikonia. The brain can eliminate double vision by ignoring the images of one of the eyes. ...
Suppression is a Catholic term for the formal disbanding of a parish. It differs from the more common practice of merging parishes.
(Suppressive (Scientology)) Suppressive Person, often abbreviated SP, is a term used in Scientology to describe the "antisocial personalities" who, according to Scientology's founder L. Ron Hubbard, make up about 2.5% of the population. ...
The act or instance of suppressing; The state of being suppressed; A process in which a person consciously excludes anxiety-producing thoughts, feelings, or memories
(suppress) To hold in place, to keep low, to prevent publication; To forbid the use of evidence at trial because it is improper or was improperly obtained
(Suppressions) Indicators to not communicate with a particular consumer or group of consumers.
(Suppress) using information on one or more lists to remove duplication of specific names before a mailing, or to eliminate those undesirable names.
(Suppress) To stop or put an end to someone's activities. To suppress evidence is to withhold it from disclosure or publication.
(suppress) to squash, to sit on, to make smaller, to refuse to let reach, to make uncertain about his reaching, to render or lessen in any way possible by any means possible, to the harm of the individual and for the fancied protection of a suppressor.
(Suppress) put an end to; prevent from being seen, heard or known
(Suppress) To put a stop to a thing actually existing; a motion to suppress evidence or a confession which does not deny the existence of the evidence or confession, but asks the Court not to allow the use of such evidence in the case.
(Suppress) To stop something or someone; to prevent, prohibit, or subdue.
(suppress) (a relationship) – An extension effectively can remove a parent-child relationship in a presentation, calculation, or dimension relationship. It is not actually deleted from the XBRL US GAAP Taxonomy, just made ineffectual. The technical term is "prohibiting the arc".
(suppress) (v) - crush, subdue, inhibit
(suppress) (v) to end an activity, e.g., to prevent the dissemination of information
(suppress) Removes an entity from the display and from any calculations in which it is involved. You can suppress features, assembly components, and so on. Suppressing an entity does not delete the entity; you can unsuppress the entity to restore it.