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1cese masculinecesación femininecessation of hostilities — cese de hostilidades
- His work since then has been acknowledged as instrumental in bringing a cessation of hostilities in the North.
- First the agreement of cessation of hostilities must be implemented and implemented successfully.
- Nor was it truly noise, because if it were noise, then it could cease, and that cessation of sound would be silence.
- War begins with the outbreak of hostilities and ends with their cessation.
- Television advertisements about smoking cessation often conclude by saying that the patient shown has died.
- The two studies show that mecamylamine, started before cessation and continued afterwards, may help smoking cessation.
- Apologies for the sudden cessation of in-depth critical analysis.
- Advise on lifestyle, diet, exercise and smoking cessation is available.
- The health board agreed to immediate cessation of non-nursing duties by INO members.
- As such the militant cessation of violence, it said, should be followed by demilitarisation.
- This accounts for the sudden cessation of posts here since Saturday night.
- The workshop would cover tobacco and drug addiction, alcohol use and tobacco cessation.
- This kind of cessation of treatment only occurs if someone is being fed intravenously or by some method other than a spoon.
- He says vaccinations would result in the immediate cessation of meat exports from Britain.
- The cessation of Iraqi pumping has caused the price of petroleum to rise to $45 a barrel.
- And yet there was no cessation of anti-Semitism in the liberated country.
- Ageing starts in 20s and cessation of exercise by the elite sports people could contribute to this.
- Making dietary changes could either support or hinder smoking cessation.
- Almost complete cessation of sweating occurs after four treatments of about 10 minutes over two to three weeks.
- It argued that the only form of patriotism was full-on, cessation of sport.