constriction


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Related to constriction: constriction ring, pupillary constriction
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a becoming narrow or narrower

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a compressing of something

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a narrowing that reduces the flow through a channel

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tight or narrow compression

a tight feeling in some part of the body

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the action or process of compressing

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When choke constriction percentages are the same, all shotshells ranging from the .
Her study of 99 male veterans who were taught the use of the ErecAid vacuum constriction device (Timm Medical Technologies, Eden Prairie, Minn.
In a typical 12-gauge barrel, the difference in constriction between a cylinder or Skeet No.
Constriction and downright restriction of budgets that support members' involvement in NAMA.
Breathable, stretch headgear secures the mask comfortably and without constriction.
Combined effects of the slope and the constriction, expansion, constriction sequence give the court a sense of privacy and informal generosity, enhanced by the fine trees and the way in which individual private gardens open to the green.
The utility of the system was demonstrated using a bipolar transistor hotspot current constriction process.
Wilkinson's characters are black women the link between stories being each woman's attempt to escape the constriction of a life that has forgotten her.
According to Pflug, successful ductile iron furnaces were not developed until solutions were found for certain problems, including: high magnesium fade rates, constriction of the receiver and pouring spouts, early power drop and eventual failure of the inductor due to rapid and tenacious slag accumulation, and the inability to maintain pouring accuracy due to the same buildup.
Regulatory constriction of one member segment will ultimately cramp all.
A well-defined point of constriction and torsion was noted in association with focally deficient Wharton's jelly, located 1 cm from the fetal abdominal wall.
Pythons kill their prey by constriction and are not venomous.
The first taper and the second taper are in opposite directions causing a constriction point.