WARNING The International Energy Agency says the oil price is too high and may choke off
Greenspan's bizarre advice notwithstanding, a rate increase will almost certainly choke off
Nixon historians, however, are downright worried that the new guardians - Nixon's family and former aides - will choke off
access to the collection and frustrate future releases.
Chief Superintendent Alan Jones says it is vital to choke off
the supply that allows people to commit these crimes across the borough.
The findings suggest that the protein encoded by RASSF1A helps choke off
malignancies and could lead to new cancer therapies.
The counterfeit requests quickly overwhelm the target network and choke off
legitimate traffic, making the affected network unavailable.
BP was conducting tests ahead of a new effort to choke off
the oil's flow.
IT seems to me, reading between the lines, that the Tories want to choke off
the fragile economic recovery by simply introducing a massive hike in VAT.
But business leaders, the California State Association of Counties and the League of California Cities all oppose the bill, saying it would unnecessarily hamper governments with excessive red tape and choke off
The T cell system may choke off
regeneration, Heber-Katz says.
Instead of installing security software on every desktop, laptop or game console in the home, parents can choke off
unwanted Internet traffic through a service newly available from Netopia, Inc.