Then I felt my foot was damp and squelching
and I thought I had stepped into some water.
recurring rumors that Dayton Hudson would unload its department store division, a company official said that the unit is "definitely not for sale."
"While some may claim victory in squelching
dissent, only time will tell as to Log Cabin's fate if some changes are not made soon."
The government set rules that kept monopolists from squelching
Or could it be performance and installation art, whose recent proliferation he rather puckishly attributes to the aforementioned squelching
of rhetoric in painting?
RELENTLESS rain Brought grief and pain Its deadly sound Heard constantly on saturated, squelching
And security forces engaged in a thorough crackdown after the death of leader Zhao Ziyang, squelching
any real discussion of his legacy.
A hormone known to suppress appetite is more abundant in seniors than in young adults and has a greater effect in squelching
hunger in elderly people, scientists report.
He had barely finished repeating the oath of office in 1994 when he famously started squelching
a panoply of "quality of life" crimes: turnstile jumping, panhandling, street vending, drinking alcohol on the street from open containers, marijuana possession, unlicensed dancing in clubs, and the like.
Advocates hope this will diminish the power of the insurance companies and banks, paper mills and shipbuilding industries that exercise unseemly influence over Maine's legislature, squelching
consumer protection efforts and tough environmental laws.
Ironically, the squelching
of moderates may turn out to be a loss for the Republican party.