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Unfortunately other arteries get affected and they start to constrict.
Levees constrict a river's path and raise its water level, which causes higher, faster flow.
Greenhouses work because they constrict convection currents, which carry away the heat.
And do not wear clothes that constrict the waist or abdomen.
Preferably something that uncovers the arms and doesn't constrict the body.
Both substances constrict blood vessels and transmit nerve impulses.
Close this nation, cow it, constrict it and you unravel its magic.
The real advance in acute medications is that they are not designed to constrict blood vessels, as many current medications do.
Too much rule of law and transparency would constrict the ruling clique's own freedom of maneuver.
He is unconnected with the tired old fights that constrict our politics.
The muscle spasms may in turn constrict blood vessels, which contributes to the discomfort.
Other nerves constrict outlying blood vessels to reduce heat loss to the environment.
Eight of them also had a potentially fatal condition in which the arteries that supply blood to the lungs constrict.
Excessive pressure can constrict blood flow and cause nerve damage.
She is worried about talk that the work-study program might constrict with the economy.
Medicated drops may make the children more sensitive to light because the pupil doesn't constrict.
The law of unintended consequences will always define the results of effort to constrict new technologies and devices.
And actually my big fear was that it would constrict my creativity.
Their vascular systems constrict furiously to keep blood pressure up-until, suddenly, nothing.
If her sinuses swell, her muscles tense or her blood vessels constrict, she may develop a headache.
The pupils of the eyes constrict, dimming sight and causing other visual difficulties.
They constrict their prey, pressing it against a solid surface or swallow it live.
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