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1. Longitudinal dorsal incision of the constricting band followed by transverse suture results in a fully mobile foreskin.
2. Polar cold may be less constricting than other factors, for example aridity or intense seasonality, that characterize polar regions.
3. Women's clothing was, of course, constricting, doubtless an aspect of this fashion to control the body.
4. The skin’s protective reaction of constricting surface blood vessels is slower with age, and the cold-induced rise in metabolic rate is also weakened in older people, but the mechanism is unknown.
5. Over time, we all gather a set of constricting habits around us—ones that trap us in a zone of supposed comfort, well below what our potential would allow us to attain.
6. The stiff constricting boned bodice-and-skirt style previously worn by women was now replaced with the mantua, a more loosely draped style of gown.
7. Then powerfulness only means the chains are more constricting, and reliability that they are harder to remove.
8. Then powerfulness means the chains are more constricting, and reliability that they are harder to remove.
9. In many ways, as constricting as my upbringing was at times, now I’m grateful that I had both cultures, not only to enlarge my sense of the world, but to hone myself against.
10. But these limits are so exact and constricting that it’s hard to imagine a wet system such as the brain ever achieving them.
11. I find the office environment too rigid and constricting.
12. Its web of regulations is too constricting; its job protection is too rigid; its health, welfare and education systems still need big doses of change; its service sector is underdeveloped.
13. The bill is filled with constricting amendments.
14. Much heat in the head with all the headaches; bursting, constricting pains.
15. At the moment he seemed to find all of them constricting.
16. Concurrently, adrenaline-related substances are at work, increasing your heart rate and constricting your arteries to prepare you for battle.
17. All that liquid fat running down the plughole will probably be slowly constricting the drain of your sink.
18. The bladder and colon prepare to empty, the central portion of the adrenal medulla floods the bloodstream with adrenaline and noradrenaline, constricting the blood vessels, breathing quickens.
19. Donald Rumsfeld, who served as defense secretary in the Ford and George W. Bush administrations, says constricting the Pentagon's budget imperils U.S. military readiness for the next conflict.
20. Markets for even the most conservative short-term loans are constricting in the United States.
21. Successful coaches work to build self-awareness and release potential, by, for example, unblocking limiting or constricting beliefs or confronting unhelpful behaviours.
22. The practice, now illegal, required breaking the arch of the foot, then constricting it, which resulted in a stylized, mincing qait in the name of beauty.
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23. At the same time, governments around the world are increasing their taxes and take, adding to the cost squeeze that is constricting supply and putting pressure on the commerciality of new projects.
24. So we need successful strategies for combating these threats and more without constricting the openness that is the internet’s greatest attribute.
25. People of every race and culture have gone to extremes in the name of beauty – from foot-binding in China, to dangerously constricting corsets in Victorian times, to nose jobs in 800 B.C. India.
26. Casual day payoff You will blast more calories during the day wearing comfy clothes like jeans or khakis, sport shirts and soft-soled shoes than donning constricting suits, skirts and heels. Why?
27. When men feel anxious (including worrying about penis size), these muscles contract, constricting the arteries and reducing blood inflow and size.
28. Casual day payoff You will blast more calories during the day wearing comfy clothes like jeans or khakis, sport shirts and soft-soled shoes than donning constricting suits, skirts and heels.
29. Body temperature is regulated by blood flow through the skin - vessels dilating and constricting with changing external conditions.
30. Objective To discuss the clinical characteristics and treatment of congenital constricting band syndrome ( CCBS ) and amputations.
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