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In this case there is a constriction of the bore at a point just above the bulb.
Skull somewhat elongated, much constricted behind the orbits, and immediately in front of the constriction considerably dilated.
Thus it appears that past an orifice or constriction 0.5 mm.
Its tube is narrowed just above the bulb, in such a way that the mercury passes through the constriction with some difficulty.
The dumb childish heart swells in the constriction of a new and keener sense of joy, an unspeakable new longing.
To prevent the constriction of the stem, muslin bands are sometimes used instead of bass or raffia.
THE NURSERY BOOKLIBERTY HYDE BAILEY
He rose from the scooped-out red velvet seat with a feeling of constriction about his vitals.
The sac is then opened, the constriction divided, care being taken not to injure the bowel.
Again and again Santacilla tried to tear away her arms, to release himself from the constriction at his neck.
THE BRIGHT SHAWLJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER
The river became mildly excited, as if in protest at the constriction.
YELLOWSTONE NIGHTSHERBERT QUICK

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