(1) It is their job to lobby politicians and persuade them to suppress, depress, repress , oppress, or do what ever it takes to maintain a grip on the price of silver.(2) Isabel couldn't repress a sharp cry of fear(3) As the plot unfolds, Sonya finds that she has to repress herself in order to fit into mainstream American culture and attain her goals.(4) ├ö├ç├┐We need to look at obstacles in our organisational systems that repress the creative and spiritual energy of our people,├ö├ç├û she said.(5) McWilliam examines how the French nation attempted to narrate, negotiate, memorialize, elide or repress its own past and the real conditions of its present.(6) Oftentimes we repress our motives to such an extent - for reasons of efficiency, self-protection, or otherwise - that they become completely invisible to us.(7) She in her buttoned-up cheongsams and high heels, he in his sober-toned shantung suits and narrow ties - they repress themselves in the high style of their day and wear their restrictions as badges of honor.(8) A mere eight years after Sebald voiced grave concerns about Germany's propensity to repress the past, to always be ├ö├ç├┐looking and looking away at the same time,├ö├ç├û it is now no longer possible to look away.(9) To become American women, as Schreier phrases it, they had to repress much of what made them ethnically, individually, and hence naturally different.(10) Everything in such an environment, it goes without saying, tends to repress the creative and to stimulate the competitive impulses.(11) As Wheeler and Kahn have noted, this shared impulse gestures to a primal desire to repress the mother's crucial role as a powerful agent in the birth of the male self.(12) The resulting strain, SBY599, was sporulated to generate a haploid cse4 strain covered by the repressible CSE4, which was then crossed to SBY468.(13) The predicted phosphatases are A, repressible alkaline phosphatase; B, nonrepressible acid phosphatase; C, nonrepressible alkaline phosphatase; and D, repressible acid phosphatase.(14) In Bridges the people of the small town near the farm give the impression of being sexually repressed , judgmental, and gossipy.(15) The President's half-brothers, have all served as ministers and have ordered the assassination of their fellow countrymen abroad and repressed local uprisings and religious and ethnic minorities.(16) However, a putative glucose repressible element and TCACGC sequences were not detected in the upstream region sequenced.