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The Air Force has 62 of them, and had wanted to reduce that number to 45, but the most recent National Defense Authorization Act put the kibosh on that plan.
The Swedish furniture retailer said on Monday that the 2021 catalog it published in October would be its last, putting the kibosh on a central marketing tool Ikea has used to great success for 70 years.
Under any circumstances, said Shultz, this business seems to put the kibosh on our little plan.
It ought to be easy enough for the four of us to figure out some way to put the kibosh on him.
By steady steps our hero rose, to heights of usefulness and fame; he put the kibosh on his foes, and held the ace in every game.
Kibosh thought awhile, and then, with his gentle smile, he again removed his chickle and placed it on the window-sill.
"Chickle is not liquid refreshment," said Kibosh, mildly; and he held out the box to his tall guest.
"That's wise, that's kind, that's good," said Kibosh; and he beat one hand gently on the table.
That was to put the kibosh on my intention of taking you home to my wife and her bridge party, I suppose.
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The only time they take a job is when they think there's a chanct to sneak around an' put the kibosh on whatever work is goin' on.

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