striction

striction

(ˈstrɪkʃən)
n
an act of restricting or constricting
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It may be due to electro striction in that solution.
If striction Y?k=i = 1, is connected, then CCR model becomes BCC [Banker, Charnes, Cooper (1984)] model.
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Recently it was also found to show magnetostriction consistent with exchange striction in the antiferromagnetic state [7].
It plays an important role in determining cell morphology, vasocon striction, and wound healing (Fujimura et al.
The only re striction is on travel during the weekday morning rush hours in London and the South East.
They encompass sections titled "The Closure," "The Jew," "Striction," "Being and the Other," "The Machine," and, finally, "Envoi."