It is unclear if this week's cessation of hostilities will be able to put that genie back in the bottle.
On Thursday, delegates representing the government signed a cessation of hostilities agreement with the armed opposition.
Some have speculated that cessation of CPR decreases pressure in the chest cavity, allowing blood to return to the heart.
If any deeper good comes of the gaffe, it would be a cessation of such appearances.
Our company is not in the business of making products for cessation.
Should they show the least signs of cessation of growth, we begin budding them, and push the work as rapidly as possible.
Of course, then, it means a cessation of hostilities by land and sea.
From these countries after the cessation of persecution they returned to the rest of Europe.
The cessation of the rotation I, however, believe to be impossible.
It is not looking forward to the cessation of its work in a eugenic millenium.
mid-15c., cessacyoun "interruption, abdication," from Latin cessationem (nominative cessatio) "a delaying, ceasing, tarrying," noun of action from past participle stem of cessare "delay" (see cease (n.)).