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Definition of the noun stranglehold
What does stranglehold mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: strangleholds
- complete power over a person or situation
- a wrestling hold in which the arms are pressed against the opponent's windpipe
Alternative definition of the noun stranglehold
- A grip or control so strong as to stifle or cut off.
- "Stranglehold" is a 1994 action film written by Brendan Broderick, Rob Kerchner and Mark Evan Schwartz and directed by Cirio H. Santiago.
- countries: United States of America, Philippines
- language: English Language
- producer: Cirio H. Santiago
- executive producer: Roger Corman
- production design by Jorge De Jesus & Ben Otico
- written by Brendan Broderick, Rob Kerchner, Mark Evan Schwartz
- casting by Mark Sikes
- cinematography by Joe Batac
- edited by Joseph Zucchero
- music by Nonong Buencamino
- genres: Martial Arts Film, Action Film, Thriller, Adventure Film
- rating: R (USA)
- released on (20 years ago)
- "Stranglehold" is a 1931 British drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Isobel Elsom, Garry Marsh and Derrick De Marney.
- country: United Kingdom
- language: English Language
- genre: Drama
- released in (84 years ago)
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Pro Wrestling's Real Mayhem Outside the Ring by Jim Wilson, Jim Wilson & Weldon T. Johnson
Frank Alvin Gotch, an early American wrestling champion, said in 1913 that “The stranglehold is a discarded relic of the early ages of wrestling. It is rightfully barred from championship matches, but still may be an effective means of defense in ...
by Guy Arnold
Railway fusal was because such a railway would lessen South Africa's economic stranglehold on Southern Africa. Then, in 1965, on a trip to East Africa, China's Prime Minister Zhou En-lai said China would undertake ...
Volume 20: Social Class by Larry J. Griffin, Peggy G. Hargis, Charles Reagan Wilson
Exponential growth of farm tenancy, increased global competition, and the stranglehold of the burgeoning financial and transportation industries collectively spurred an agrarian protest. The rhetoric that accompanied this unrest was polarized ...
by Nicholas Atkin, Michael Biddiss, Frank Tallett
occupied Europe; the publication of clandestine newspapers, vital given the stranglehold which the Nazis enjoyed over the media, though BBC broadcasts to Europe did much to encourage internal dissent; and acts of "passive" resistance, ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
A large number of bhakti poets were women who rejected the bonds of home, family, and institutionalized religion, preferring to seek god—often in the guise of a lover—direcdy; they also rejected the stranglehold of Sanskrit, considered the ...
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Very good. Makes it really easy to feel cool. The aiming is a little loose though...
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- A Stranglehold
Isabel uses her special noose-stick on Mackenzie
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... but it's always nice to re-try the classics.
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- Niall doing stranglehold releases
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- In The Stranglehold
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