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occlude

(programming)
(Or "shadow") To make a variable inaccessible by declaring another with the same name within the scope of the first.
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Then, the assistant instructs the patient to occlude into the mass to set the occlusion.
The primary objective of any tourniquet is to occlude arterial blood flow.
Under the license agreement, Nihon Micro Coating will nonexclusively be able to develop, prototype, manufacture, use, and market lithium ion capacitors based on FHI's capacity that uses its proprietary pre-doping technology to occlude lithium ions on a negative electrode to significantly increase the capacitor's energy density.
His point in so doing was to show that a workable comprehension of reality was best arrived at through careful attentiveness rather than via any "royal road to logic," which would at best occlude real thought and at worst offer up hypotheses in the form of false--if ornamental--truths.