Thesaurus / cessation

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First, we have no actual behavioral studies in this area – as opposed to the case of smoking cessation rewards.

Unfortunately, notes Bonnie Halpern-Felsher, “There are not a lot of cessation programs for youth.”

Epidemiologists have long studied the ways in which smoking endangers public health, and detailed the increased costs from smoking cessation programs, public education, and enforcement of smoke-free spaces.

An armistice is the cessation of active hostilities for a period agreed between belligerents.

International LawGeorge Grafton Wilson and George Fox Tucker

The tetanic stage is followed by paralysis of reflex movements and cessation of breathing, the heart continuing to beat.

It was evident that she was hurt at the cessation of Dunham's attentions.

The Lady of the AroostookWilliam Dean Howells

Good is loved on account of evil, but for the sake of obtaining a remedy to or cessation of the evil.

She was in that delicious, drowsy, yet stimulated, state which follows the cessation of suffering.

The PreliminariesCornelia A. P. Comer

It was an extraordinary circumstance that there should be a congress, and no cessation of arms.

Day came, but brought no cessation of the fever, which rather increased than diminished.

The Rival CrusoesW.H.G. Kingston

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