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- v. Obsolete form of forestall.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To forestall.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as forestall.
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I only mention this to forstall the inevitable avalanche of US disinformers who plague these threads and who will shortly be here in force claiming Ah HA!
Current Housing is mainly based on draining Savings instruments for down payment, while high monthly payments forstall future Savings by these Households.
Were they out at a long lunch, with anonymous sources, when a proposed measure to create a fund, paid for by banks, for the purpose of dismembering failing financial institutions in order to forstall systemic risk to the economy somehow got sold by the right wing echo chamber as a "bailout?"
And as Secretary Gates just said, the Security Council resolution will not in any way forstall us or the EU or other concerned countries from taking additional steps.
And she notes this new language in Article 27, inserted almost certainly to forstall a U.S. attack on Iran:
What the right wing is really trying to forstall is an earlier day when, in order to redeem the trust fund, some tinkering may ALSO have to be done with tax rates paid by the wealthiest one percent.
After his attempts to forstall even having a role call vote on Hillary just how voluntary do you think that her releasing her delegates is going to look?
Just to forstall the inevitable nonsense "Bart" 's going to spout in reply, the court noted that the EPA itself wasn't denying the scientific facts at issue:
Not that that will forstall an advertising recession.
The contracts have already been negotiated with the state, but the city may decide to forstall signing until the two potential contractors submit their bids for the project.