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  • n. Plural form of freeze.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of freeze.

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Examples

  • The designation freezes any assets or property he may have in U.S. jurisdictions and barring Americans from providing him with material support.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Slow, staggering, and buggy multiplayer resulted in freezes and stutters that grew old rather fast.

    ARMY OF TWO: The 40th Day PS3 Review – Collider.com

  • Martin freezes after he is slapped in the face by Lowery, but he hates himself for his cowardly reaction. (p. 13) Why does he react the way he does?

    London Calling by Edward Bloor: Questions

  • The designation freezes Bermudez's assets in the United States and prohibits him from engaging in any financial transactions with any U.S. company or individual.

    USDOJ: Justice News

  • The designation freezes any assets they may have in the United States and makes it illegal for Americans to engage in any transactions with them.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • If corporate and bank debt again freezes up and starts defaulting then Uncle Sam’s will come into favor big time.

    Matthew Yglesias » Budget Doom

  • That’s a popular strategy for spending cuts: Both House Republicans and the administration are talking about long-term freezes on non-defense discretionary spending without giving specifics for where those cuts will be made in years two, three, four and five.

    How Grover Norquist makes the case for tax increases

  • I only wish only just got “brain freezes” because I’m so sick of afib that I’m not swearing off ice cream as a treat — at least that’s the plan.

    Dr. Blog « BuzzMachine

  • Cash terms freezes will reduce this, meaning that public sector expenditure can begin to rise (if that is what is wanted) sooner. stephen

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

  • By my calcs, it will take 8 years of real-terms freezes (i.e. inflation matching increases) for receipts to catch up to TME and get to a surplus.

    Tony Blair: The Next Labour Prime Minister?

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