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choked

mod. having to do with overly diluted drugs. Why is this stuff so stepped on—you know, choked?
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Following which she started to have negative automatic thoughts like she would be choked to death and no one would help her.
But in May there was an incident where Ms Honeysett choked on an egg sandwich.
1 : to keep from breathing in a normal way by cutting off the supply of air <Many people were choked by thick smoke.
Haynes told investigators that he got into a fight with the victim about money and choked him, Cromer said.
A man choked to death after food from his lunch obstructed his airways, an inquest was told.
It consists of a six-decade [beta] balance identical to the [alpha] balance, a 10 nF mica capacitor in a 25 [degrees]C oil bath, and a choked coaxial cable also inserted into star G.
Mr Sheffield stressed that the way staff had fed him did not cause his death, but said as Mr Batch had choked as he was being fed he had to record a verdict of misadventure.
It was not possible, using information obtained in NEISS-AIP, to distinguish cases in which the child choked on a substance that entered and blocked the airway from other cases in which the child choked as the result of pharyngeal irritation or an esophageal foreign body.
AN OBESE woman died after she choked on a chocolate and suffered a heart attack.
If it weren't for choked barrels, shotguns built today would perform about the same as those built during the l800s and earlier, and none of the developments such as smokeless powder, plastic hulls and high-antimony shot would really matter.
connecting side risers to the casting with a short passage choked at the middle section (riser contact);
A Birmingham couple whose daughter choked to death on a toy from a chocolate egg have pleaded with the Government to ban plastic items from edible products.
During that period, the commission reported, 11 children died from choking on deflated or burst balloons; 10 died from tricycle accidents in which they were hit by a car or rode into a swimming pool; and 8 choked to death on balls.
When cold, the 044C is choked as usual, but once warmed, it can sit for two hours and still start reliably without further choking.