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con·trac·tions

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of contractions in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of contractions in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of contractions in a Sentence

  1. Pedro Solano:

    I think is good that these contractions arise regarding climate change, climate change will force the institutions to work (together) in a more functional way.

  2. Chua Hak Bin:

    We now think that the odds are more than even that the Singapore economy slipped into a technical recession in the third quarter, as defined by two consecutive quarter-on-quarter contractions, we expect the Monetary Authority of Singapore to ease monetary policy again at the October policy meeting.

  3. Gina Sam:

    Your body's contractions of the colon work at its highest level in the morning. That's when your body is designed to poop!

  4. Ewan St. John Smith:

    It means it takes a much greater signal -- in other words, stronger contractions during labor -- to switch it on, this makes it less likely that pain signals can reach the brain.

  5. Renata Freydin:

    It came out of nowhere and I just started having contractions, baby Zayne wasn't having any of it. Baby Zayne wanted to come out.

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