Definition of Constrictions

1. Noun. (plural of constriction) ¹



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Definition of Constrictions

1. constriction [n] - See also: constriction

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Constrictions

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constraint
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constrictive bronchiolitis
constrictive endocarditis
constrictive pericarditis
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Literary usage of Constrictions

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1. Journal of Botany, British and Foreign (1905)
"Dichotomy of branch, showing absence of septa at constrictions, x 40. 2. ... Dichotomy of branch, showing that the constrictions are not septate. 3. ..."

2. A Text-book of physiology by Isaac Ott (1913)
"... constrictions. traced to their ultimate terminations. This method beautifully demonstrates the distribution ..."

3. The Richmond and Louisville Medical Journal (1868)
"But constrictions of the os and canal of the cervix uteri are not necessarily accompanied with pain, for if the flow be slight, and the fluids are carried ..."

4. Publication by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.), Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee, Emergency Conservation Committee (U.S.) (1916)
"A SERIES OF Constrictions TO INITIATIVE In large measure the provisions of the law are of three sorts. In the first place there are general enabling ..."

5. School Organization and Administration by Leonard Porter Ayres (1916)
"A Series op Constrictions to Initiative In large measure the provisions of the law are of three sorts. In the first place there are general enabling ..."

6. A Text-book of the practice of medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1907)
"Occlusion and Constrictions of the Bile-ducts.—Occlusion of the bile-ducts sometimes takes place by the entrance of an intestinal worm, by the impaction of ..."

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