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|1.||At her command all work stopped.||1|
|2.||“I did this to stop the peace process, ” he explained at a court hearing. “We need to be coldhearted.”||1|
|3.||“It seems like just yesterday I was walking the kids down to the bus stop, ” he says, in that sort of dreamy, declamatory voice he sometimes uses.||1|
|4.||(It's amazing how quickly my one-year-old son stops crying after I kiss the spot where he's bumped his head).||1|
|5.||(Probably controller thermonuclear reaction) Hunger slowly stops being a problem. Piloted spaceship to Venus deploys.||1|
|6.||' stopped to talk with Huckleberry Finn. ".||1|
|7.||'Did you stop in Oxford on the way?' 'No, we drove straight through.'||1|
|8.||'I'm pregnant,' she said. That stopped him short.||1|
|9.||'I've never loved, I mean I've never stopped loving, my mother. '' Was that a Freudian slip?'||1|
|10.||'I've never loved, I mean I've never stopped loving,my mother.||1|
|11.||'If I durst,'said the captain,'I'd stop and pick off another man.'||1|
|12.||'The introvert may shut out the extravert, perhaps while silently nodding, or stop trying to contribute,' she says.||1|
|13.||" He stopped to listen, and said, "Stay, I think I hear a running stream.||1|
|14.||" I didn't say we'd got to stop activating the masses!||1|
|15.||" It is true what madame says, " observed Jacques Three. " Why stop?||1|
|16.||" Let's stop in and have a rarebit, " he suggested one midnight.||1|
|17.||" My Bonnie sucks her thumb. I can't make her stop it. "||1|
|18.||" Now , stop crying, stop crying, let her cackle!||2|
|19.||"Any attempts to rock the situation with democratic slogans, to destabilise the state and split society will be stopped, " he said.||1|
|20.||"For a reason that everyone is aware of, we are temporarily stopping our wi-fi service, " announced the Beijing-based Kubrick bookstore, according to the China Business News.||1|
|21.||"For us, our business is stopped at the moment," noted Reuter.||1|
|22.||"I doubt seriously if sanctions are going to bring them around on stopping their nuclear program," says Nau.||1|
|23.||"I saw a motorcycle flip over the car in front of us and crash," she explains."We stopped and called an ambulance, but it was amazing to me how many people just drove by.||1|
|24.||"I shall go, leave him." Laura Stebbing stopped, her eyes glistening.||1|
|25.||"If you fall on the asphalt, we stop the game to help you up – sometimes, " says Dursun Abkhadze, Shukhuti's octogenarian blacksmith and a former lelo competitor.||1|
|26.||"Is there something else?" Ryle queried as Helen stopped speaking.||1|
|27.||"Mum thinks I should stop imposing on your hospitality, Leo," said Grace.||1|
|28.||"Never Stopped Dance step which Jumped" Li Yue and the disabled person art group's deaf-mute dancers splendid performance has received audience's prolonged applause.||0|
|29.||"No, indeed, " answered Gruntle. "We need all our clothes for ourselves. Tell her to go home and stop bothering us! "||1|
|30.||"Now on the way back up, just as far as the next few days are concerned, I think that 1,340 could stop the short-term bounce," said Ari Wald, equity strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York.||1|
stops (third person present) · stopped (past tense) · stopped (past participle) · stopping (present participle)
- (of an event, action, or process) come to an end; cease to happen.
- cause (an action, process, or event) to come to an end.
- block or close up (a hole or leak).
stops (plural noun) · stop knob (noun) · stop knobs (plural noun)
- a cessation of movement or operation.
- a set of organ pipes of a particular tone and range of pitch.