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the closing or blocking of something
The exact meaning of occlude can depend upon its context. For example:
  • "an occluded artery" — closed or blocked, so no blood can flow through it
  • "occluded teeth" — position when the jaw is closed
  • "an occluded front" — when warm air is separated/blocked from the ground after meeting a cold front
  • "an occluded graphic" — a graphic that cannot be seen because it is blocked by an image between it and the eye

In dentistry, malocclusion is the misalignment of teeth and jaws. (mal- being a common prefix for bad.)
  • Cause of Death Hemorrhage, shock, coronary occlusion and/or coronary thrombosis (possible) Person identifying deceased Susan D. Snell 19 Back Chamberlain Road Chamberlain, Maine 02249 Next of kin None Body to be released to State of Maine Doctor in attendance Harold Kuebler MD Pathologist FM From the national AP ticker, Friday, June 5, 1979: CHAMBERLAIN, MAINE (AP) STATE OFFICIALS SAY THAT THE DEATH TOLL IN CHAMBERLAIN STANDS AT 409, WITH 49 STILL LISTED AS MISSING.

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