- n. plural of blocker
“Falcons win game but lose Ryan, Turner, two blockers is the next entry in this blog.”
“One of Terrell's main blockers, two-way senior lineman Marcus Matthews, has committed to Miami of Ohio.”
“The main blockers of reform seem to be wealthy people, Republicans and those connected to the big HMO's who are only interested in profits.”
“Little cock blockers" is what they should be called.”
“The problem with blockers is that parents have to begin making medical decisions for their children when the children are quite young.”
“For example, a clinician could use talk therapy or prescribe medication such as Serotonin blockers and Naltrexone, which are also effective against kleptomania and pathological gambling.”
“In our book Live Your Calling, "going it alone" is one of the calling blockers that hinders us from doing what God is calling us to do.”
“Opponents 'chief tactic is to use "blockers" -- often burly union men -- to shadow signature gatherers and scare off potential signers by charging not only that the initiative is racist and has the support of the Ku Klux Klan, but also that the signers risk identity theft.”
“Beta blockers are among the oldest classes of antihypertensive drugs.”
“Medications also may be prescribed, such as beta-blockers, which is commonly used to manage cardiac arrhythmia, or implanting an internal defibrillator that shocks the heart back to a normal rhythm.”
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