Tightening sentence example

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  • The Cossacks were untying their horses and tightening their saddle girths.
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  • Damian hissed beside her, his grip on her neck tightening.
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  • She stopped and stared, throat tightening.
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  • Her pacing ceased, her throat tightening at the thought of spurning him.
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  • "This isn.t right," she said, her throat tightening.
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  • The sense of loss from her dream returned, and she was embarrassed to feel her throat tightening.
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  • His voice was husky and low, his grip around her tightening.
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  • The villeins, as hard hit as their masters, resented the tightening of old duties, which in some cases had already been commuted for small money rents during the prosperous years preceding the plague.
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  • "I'm going crazy," she said, voice tightening.
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  • Alex was tightening the cinch on Princes when she opened the barn door.
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  • She was tightening the cinch on the last one when Gerald eyed the horse doubtfully.
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  • Is it US consumers tightening belts or uncertainty over Iran and possible UN resolutions causing markets to get jittery?
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  • Four pilots died, sacrificed to the cause of tightening the blockade against Cuba.
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  • Use the four bolts to pull the whole assembly together slowly by tightening opposite bolts a little at a time.
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  • The low had moved NE to be in the Bay of Biscay tightening isobars across the S UK.
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  • Ensure that tightening the locknut does not advance the screw thereby jamming the action of the gravity switch.
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  • Each tightening of the law has met fierce opposition.
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  • Both Rams head and Spiral wedging involve the folding of the clay on itself too build up an ever tightening spiral of clay platelets.
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  • Useful for tightening those awkward little screws in glasses.
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  • Then tighten up the center screw further with the aid of the tighten up the center screw further with the aid of the tightening tool.
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  • If I remember correctly, they state the tightening torques for the bolts.
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  • The crackdown on cowboy traders and tightening the Trade Descriptions Act, for instance - are very welcome.
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  • The new one has umpteen, plus ABS and self tightening seat belts and so on.
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  • At this point, it will only need a little additional tightening to become watertight.
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  • He questioned whether this would result in a reduction in staff resources or tightening up of benefits.
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  • Their goal is to frighten the public and intimidate regulators into further tightening the already stultifying regulation of biotechnology.
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  • Using the thumbscrew helps in not tightening too much.
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  • Cut free, the added weight dropped them further, painfully tightening the noose on his nether regions.
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  • Your chest may feel tight (like a band tightening around your chest).
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  • Then tighten up the center screw further with the aid of the tightening tool.
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  • Sir inevitably is on the roof, doing complicated, technical things like swinging the dish about, and tightening up a butterfly nut.
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  • Belt adjustment-You should be able to easily access the belt for tightening and loosening of the harness.
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  • I made a complete mental change, realizing that the important things in life are family, good friends, good times, free time, telling my wife I love her every day, and tightening the relationship I have with my parents and siblings.
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  • Remove the pins and readjust, tightening the diaper if needed.
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  • Most cribs require a second tightening of the screws about two to three weeks after assembly, once the wood of the crib has become acclimated to the temperature in your home.
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  • They may need periodic tightening thereafter.
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  • Often tightening them with your hands or a wrench will solve the problem.
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  • Sometimes loose parts on the chair can be fixed by tightening bolts or screws.
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  • You should also check regularly for leaks, replacing seals and tightening fixtures as necessary.
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  • When you start to feel whatever your symptoms of stress are, whether that's a headache or a tightening in your stomach, try one of these instant stress relief tips to feel better fast.
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  • You feel the effects of stress on the body such as muscles tightening in your neck and back, the beginning of a tension headache, and your mood changing as stressors mount and tension builds.
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  • It is much better to err on the side of too loose than too tight since you can easily break a string by over tightening it.
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  • On a physical tuner, this can be done by loosening or tightening the bass string in order to adjust the pitch the string played.
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  • Avoid over tightening since this can cause facial chafing.
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  • Tightening the headgear or using a CPAP pillow will usually alleviate this problem.
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  • Place the pack on your back, tightening the waistbelt and the shoulder straps.
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  • Contracture-A tightening or shortening of muscles that prevents normal movement of the associated limb or other body part.
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  • The typical tension-type headache is described as a tightening around the head and neck, and an accompanying dull ache.
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  • The most common side effects are drying or tightening of the skin.
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  • Phimosis-A tightening of the foreskin that may close the opening of the penis.
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  • Persistent back pain, cramping, abdominal tightening, or pelvic pressure occurs.
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  • The first sign of tetanus is a tightening of the jaw muscles that gives the disease its common name, lockjaw.
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  • Contractures (permanent muscle tightening) usually begin by age five or six, most severely in the calf muscles.
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  • Bronchospasm-The tightening of the muscle bands that surround the airways, causing the airways to narrow.
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  • As past job loss statistics show, the effects of a tightening job market are felt throughout all industries and job sectors.
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  • Doing some tightening and release exercises is also helpful.
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  • However, the mortgage crisis that crippled the real estate market led to a tightening in the standards of the sub-prime mortgage industry, as fewer private investors are willing to finance non-prime mortgages.
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  • This is a way of being modest, covering and perhaps tightening your torso, while also being comfortable.
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  • Once you've found the right lens shape, you can customize your fit by either tightening or loosening the adjustable headband that holds them onto your head.
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  • The fact is that more families are tightening their belts at Christmas by sending cards instead of presents, so a nice, reasonably-priced card with a personalized message or family newsletter is often the order of the day.
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  • It has two rows of hooks and an inner cord for further tightening.
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  • When you finish cutting, try on your grass skirt, tightening the drawstrings like a waistband.
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  • Avoid tightening your lips to keep them soft.
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  • To see the difference this makes, try tightening your lips and then pressing them against your fingers.
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  • Comfortable and Functional: All of Chrome's bags are anatomically correct and allow for one-handed tightening and loosening of the shoulder strap.
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  • Finish by crossing the laces and threading them each through the loop on the other side before tightening and tying.
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  • These shoes might take some getting used to, both in appearance and in a workout session, but they claim to be effective than regular shoes in tightening up the legs and rear end over time.
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  • These are mostly visible on the sides and, when properly trained and toned, they work a little like a girdle tightening up your entire midsection.
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  • Bouncing can create small tears in your muscle, which in turn can cause scar tissue and a tightening of the muscle as it heals.
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  • Not only will you be tightening your lower body, you'll be working your lower back and core as well.
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  • By tightening other muscle groups as you pull up, such as those in your lower back or core, you can also work these.
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  • With the ability to get an effective toning and tightening workout for your hamstrings, while providing a workout for your core as well, the glute ham machine is becoming a popular component in many gyms.
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  • As you exercise, whether through weight lifting or running, you are tightening and contracting your muscles.
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  • It will also aid their recovery and prevent them from tightening up.
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  • Though women who've recently given birth clamor to tone these muscles, men too will appreciate how tightening and strengthening their lower core will improve their entire strength and look of their abdominals.
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  • Exercise helps reduce the appearance of stretch marks by toning and tightening the tissue under the skin.
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  • You may feel some tightening or tingling, which is normal.
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  • He flinched visibly as if she had slapped him, his fingers tightening on her arm.
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  • Deidre gazed at him, her throat tightening at the reminder of the lost souls.
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  • He consid­ered calling for a taxicab but when he found the motel was close by he decided to exercise his tightening leg and walk.
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  • It was not till the end of 1909 that this was achieved by a tightening of the standing orders.
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  • The chief recommendation put forward to mend the system comprised lengthening of all sentences, a diminution in the dietaries, the abolition of large gratuities, and, speaking broadly, a general tightening of the reins.
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  • When Cynthia finished tightening the cinch and lowered the stirrup, she turned to find him watching her.
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