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/blɒˈkeɪd/ Show Spelled [blo-keyd] Show IPA noun, verb, -ad·ed, -ad·ing. noun. 1.

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Clinical practice guidelines for sustained neuromuscular blockade in
Clinical practice guidelines for sustained neuromuscular blockade in the adult critically ill patient. Michael J.
Sample Blockade
proposed a naval blockade of the Confederate ports to isolate the. Confederacy was followed when Lincoln proclaimed the naval blockade on.
Clinical practice guidelines for sustained neuromuscular - SCCM
easing the blockade
SPECIAL FOCUS. March 2011. Due to the pivotal nature of the remaining access restrictions, the easing of the blockade on the Gaza.
Blockade-Running in the Bahamas During the Civil War - Tequesta

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Another economic blockade in Manipur. The government is a spectator
They are battling a blockade. Manipur is smarting from an economic blockade – the latest from what has now become regular annual fare – that started on 31 July 2011 and another counter blockade from 21 August 2011.
Manipur: NH blockade completes 1 month
The common man in Manipur continues to suffer as an economic blockade called to press the government for creation of a new district called Sadar Hills completed one month on Tuesday.
Talks on Jiribam dist fail, blockade likely on NH-37
IMPHAL, August 30: Yet another economic blockade is likely to come into effect along the National Highway-37, Imphal-Jiribam road, with the talk between the Jiribam district demand committee held today failed to reach to an agreement.
Jiribam group rejects land claims of Zeliangrongs
Civil War Round Table to resume with talk on blockade runners
by Andrew Dunn The Brunswick Civil War Round Table will resume after a summer recess with a talk on blockade runners. The Sept. 6 meeting will feature Stephen R.

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Blockade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A blockade is an effort to cut off food, supplies, war material or communications from a particular area by force, either in part or totally.
Union blockade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Blockade | Define Blockade at
/blɒˈkeɪd/ Show Spelled [blo-keyd] Show IPA noun, verb, -ad·ed, -ad·ing. noun. 1.
Blockade - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Examples of BLOCKADE. They blockaded the country's ports.
Wrightsville Beach Blockade Runner Beach Resort
Located ocean-front on Wrightsville Beach Island. Posts photo tour, activities, rooms, and dining.

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