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Middle English discontinuen from Old French descontinuer from Medieval Latin discontinuāre Latin dis- dis- Latin continuāre to continue continue
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Old French discontinuer.
Goldsmith alleged that in the latter year he was offered £ 200,000 by Napoleon to discontinue his attacks.
If this happens, discontinue use or reduce the dose.
Discontinue using any product that worsens your condition.
In May 1695 he had been ordered to discontinue his attendance at the council.
I also suggest you discontinue administering mineral oil, and instead add either a few drops of fresh fish oil or wheat germ oil to your pet's food three times a week.
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