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(18 v.) The villagers knowing what would happen, made fences and palisades, and obstructed the passage with large guns.
Genius did not disdain the entrance, because it was not obstructed by numbers, or galled by conceit.
I could not think in infancy; my power of thought, of sight, and of feeling are equally liable to be obstructed by the body.
And (from anger) he obstructed the calls of nature of Saryati's forces.
If these should occur, obstructed breathing due to adenoid vegetations is sometimes at work as a contributory cause.
THE NERVOUS CHILDHECTOR CHARLES CAMERON
This could easily have been answered if the glare had not obstructed the view of the movements of the animal under water.
Of course no one of them was as large and deep as the river above, and the entrance of each was obstructed by a bar.
THE HERO OF MANILAROSSITER JOHNSON
Might this effect (itching) not come from obstructed gases that flow through and from the skin?
These adventurers so obstructed the traffic that a series of restrictive ordinances were passed on the subject.
OLD AND NEW PARIS, V. 2HENRY SUTHERLAND EDWARDS
And exactly in the same sense saint Mark employs πνευμα ἄλαλον for a spirit, which obstructed the faculty of speech.
MEDICA SACRARICHARD MEAD

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