Antonyms of STOPPAGE

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  1. That he had them he was convinced, and his conviction was confirmed by the request for the letter to the Bank of England withdrawing the stoppage. "" by
  2. The patience of English ministers was now exhausted, and they determined to enter on a vigorous system of repression, which might have had some effect at an earlier stage of the revolutionary movement, when the large and influential loyal body of people in the colonies ought to have been vigorously supported, and not left exposed to the threats, insults, and even violence of a resolute minority, comprising many persons influenced by purely selfish reasons- the stoppage of illicit trade from which they had profited- as well as men who objected on principle to a policy which seemed to them irreconcilable with the rights of the people to the fullest possible measure of local self- government. "Canada under British Rule 1760-1900" by John G. Bourinot
  3. There was a hush now in the house- a sudden stoppage of that shrill bugle- note. "The Dew of Their Youth" by S. R. Crockett

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