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blocked

As used in radio transmission, it means that a radio transmission has been distorted or interrupted because of multiple simultaneous radio transmissions.
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In Federal Capital Faizabad Interchange is blocked. Roads are blocked at Dhoke Kala Khan and Tramri and Karal Chowks.
And if a teacher or student or staff person wants a certain Web site to be accessible, and it's blocked, the IT administrator can override the block and open it for a few hours or a few weeks, or it can open the site to just teachers or students in science lab or library.
* BioNet Systems's Net Nanny (www.netnanny.com) filters the Web by using a regularly updated blacklist of blocked sites.
* The X-Stop Files, published in October 1997 by attorney Jonathan Wallace, names some of the sites that were hard-coded on X-Stop's list of blocked URLs, including the AIDS quilt and the official homepage of the Quakers.
When investigators enter the blocking code on a particular line, the end result actually may be to reactivate caller ID on a line where it previously had been blocked. To avoid such scenarios, investigators should not rely on call blocking.
Once you do that you will see the information about the most recent call with that person, scroll down and select "block this caller." You'll get a warning message that says you will no longer get calls or messages from this number, select "block contact." The contact will be blocked from then on.