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Spell check of blockage

Correct spelling: blockage

interruption, shutdown, check, constriction, shackle, jam, hamper, frustration, impasse, obstructer, engine block, mental block, resolution, help, cutoff, settlement, halt, impedimenta, tangle, full point, drag, mire, cylinder block, snarl, city block, damper, complication, arrest, burden, catch, law of closure, stoppage, resistance, control, encumbrance, airlock, restraint, layover, opposition, obstacle, entrapment, delay, crimp, downspout, diaphragm, plug, restriction, deterrent, wall, constraint, stop, impedance, confinement, gag rule, block, inhibition, cesspit, hurdle, cube, obstruction, barrier, detainment, bung, blockade, closure, drawback, hitch, pulley, barricade, hindrance, pulley block, leash, stay, traverse, closing, plosive, carry, stricture, point, snag, constipation, bondage, tether, obstructor, dam, impediment, stop consonant, conduit, entanglement, blocking, detention, plosive speech sound, congestion, choke, disadvantage, gag law, culvert, occlusive, cloture, bridle, plosive consonant, clog, bar, closedown, brake, collar, open, stopover, handicap, occlusion, back up, occluded front, bottleneck, full stop, auction block, bafflement.

Examples of usage:

1) In snakebite poisoning it is more likely to be due to passive engorgement of the capillary system and probably also to blockage of corpuscles in the finest capillary tubes. - "On Snake-Poison: its Action and its Antidote", A. Mueller.

2) On Sundays it is evident that the blockage of the streets is greater than ever. - "The Religious Life of London", J. Ewing Ritchie.

3) These greater facilities postponed the need of discussing the project for running a parallel canal to the East which some time ago was thought to be an impending necessity on account of the blockage of the canal by the number of vessels passing through its course. - "History Of Egypt From 330 B.C. To The Present Time, Volume 12 (of 12)", S. Rappoport.