Then, if the system needs to depressurize, there's something called a suppression pool that it vents steam into.
Among others, they include interference with sleep and suppression of appetite.
First, Republican legislatures have ratcheted up the attempts at suppression.
He predicts that after the March 16 referendum, the suppression of dissidents and even ethnic cleansing could become more common.
Most likely his reaction had to do with the suppression of evidence, about which no public details are yet available.
This was in connection with the suppression of the Templars.
But Mr. Wititterly's feelings were beyond the power of suppression.
When the Puritans had gained the upper hand they proceeded to the suppression not only of abuses, but of the festival itself.
suppression: the non-development of a part normally present.
That was the first intimation I had of its suppression or of its production here by the Crown.
suppression sup·pres·sion (sə-prěsh'ən)
The act of suppressing or the state of being suppressed.
Conscious exclusion of unacceptable desires, thoughts, or memories from the mind.
The sudden arrest of the secretion of a fluid, such as urine or bile.
The checking or curtailing of an abnormal flow or discharge.
The effect of a second genetic mutation that reverses a phenotypic change that had been caused by a previous mutation at a different location on the chromosome.