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sist

(sɪst) Scots law
n
(Law) a court order stopping or suspending proceedings
vb (tr)
(Law) to stop or suspend (legal proceedings)
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Outrageous attacks in various forms have been launched against SIST and its companies based in part upon religious and other forms of discrimination over a sustained period of time.
We predict that there will be a direct relationship between the scores on the SIST and the scores on the ZT, because we, like Novak (1993), see similarities between spirituality and being in the zone.
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Meanwhile, Finnan in sists the Liverpool players are still keen to finish third in the Premiership, despite having already sewn up a place in the Champions League final and ensured qualification for next season's European competition.