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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hinder.

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  • They have agreed, indeed, that the term hinders rather than assists an under - standing of “what is actually being done in different societies.”

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  • Because rugged terrain hinders trade and most productive activities, it has a negative direct effect on income.

    Sometimes bad can be good

  • Damage to this part of the brain hinders object recognition to a lesser extent than it does face recognition, but the effect is still noticeable - which basically means, whichever camp you're in, that this area of the brain is crucial to our ability to weave the world together. [link]

    The Shapes of Things We See

  • The power of corruption being broken in effectual calling, and the guilt of sin removed in justification, all that which hinders is taken out of the way, and nothing can come between that soul and glory.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

  • WHILE we were constantly delighting ourselves with the reading of books, which it was our custom to read or have read to us every day, we noticed plainly how much the defective knowledge even of a single word hinders the understanding, as the meaning of no sentence can be apprehended, if any part of it be not understood.

    The Love of Books: the Philobiblon of Richard de Bury

  • While we were constantly delighting ourselves with the reading of books, which it was our custom to read or have read to us every day, we noticed plainly how much the defective knowledge even of a single word hinders the understanding, as the meaning of no sentence can be apprehended, if any part of it be not understood.

    The Love of Books The Philobiblon of Richard de Bury

  • Finally, the US voted against Goldstone because the prosecution of war crimes "hinders" the cause of peace in the Middle East and has "serious implications for conflicts in other parts of the world," said Alejandro Wolff, deputy permanent representative at the UN.

    Al-Ahram Weekly Online

  • "If you're calling hinders, I could probably beat him.

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  • Paul H. Rubin complains that the exclusionary rule "hinders" law enforcement in detecting and prosecuting suspected crimes ( "

    The Exclusionary Rule Is a Loss-Leader For Freedom

  • It seems to me that the technology hinders her performance rather than enhances it and only an actor of exceptional craft could make it work and create a performance that seems entirely believable.

    ‘Avatar’ Earns $1 Billion Worldwide In The Sunday Box Office Report » MTV Movies Blog

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