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Synonyms for wrick

a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back ('rick' and 'wrick' are British)

twist suddenly so as to sprain

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Interested shippers should contact Doreen Wrick, project director, at dtwrick@duke-energy.
Wrick, "The Impact of Regulation on the Business of Nutraceuticals in the United States: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow" in Clare M.
The case of crick = wrick above points to another route to selfish synonymy, via word stools or 'neighbours' (single letter substitutions, 02-317).
In terms of claim substantiation, Kathie Wrick, principal-- Food Nutrition & Health Practice, Tiax LLC, Cambridge, MA, offered, "Claim substantiation for many products is being left to the NIH's Office of Dietary Supplements, which may or may not support the message intended for consumers.
In a series of qualitative and quantitative studies, Wrick et al.
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