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(1) Life on Earth will become unsustainable unless population growth is held in check.
(2) The epidemic was held in check by widespread vaccination.
(3) The disease is held in check by weekly injections of a power drug.
(4) Big failures are held in check by becoming merely small failures at the next highest level on a hierarchy.
(5) Upon their submission, the Westphalians were held in check by garrisons at two large Frankish camps, at Eresburg and Sigiburg.
(6) James's death, in fact, released a great deal which had been held in check during his reign.
(7) Malaria morbidity and mortality have been held in check by the widespread availability of cheap and effective antimalarial drugs.
(8) These verbs mean to hold in check something requiring or struggling to find an outlet.
(9) The strength in his legs was more than he could hold in check.
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