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  1. lockdownnoun

    the act of confining prisoners to their cells (usually to regain control during a riot)

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  1. freeze

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  1. Joannes Bjartalid:

    I am very much looking forward to the season, there was a lockdown here, but we only stopped training for 10 days. Then we trained in groups of five, then half and half, and then all the players have been training together for about a month now.

  2. Lita Baehre:

    I'm looking forward to the first showdown after the lockdown. The competitive atmosphere, the great atmosphere for which the Duesseldorf audience is known, i'm sure this event will also be a real highlight due to the special location. I don't think a pole vaulter ever jumped in a drive-in cinema.

  3. Lori Levine:

    Given that we are in an environment of Covid-19 shelter in place and lockdown, we need our celebrities to feel more grounded and to lift us up and to let us know that we are all in this together, there can be backlash if they're showing off too much.

  4. Michele Bolles:

    What we may see is more patients with heart failure. Patients being diagnosed with heart failure down the road because they have had untreated mild heart attacks and didn't seek timely treatment during the lockdown.

  5. Hassan Karim:

    Being under lockdown feels like Adam Coogle're always on edge, because we're used to going out and seeing people, our morale is a bit low, but we have to acclimate until the situation gets better.

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