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He feels that tightness when accelerating and it would be a real risk to push him ahead.
This suggests that tightness is at least in part a reaction to ecological and historical factors; strong social norms develop to coordinate individuals and protect against threatening environments.
The Reserve Bank of India is expected to inject INR100bn of funds into the banking system to ease the current liquidity tightness.
Designing the lid was a challenging task as it has to satisfy demanding tightness requirements.
But a tightness in his hamstring means he won't be able to figure immediately.
Shelley AYOUR husband probably does not notice to the same extent and you mention having orgasms, so it seems you have lost tightness rather than sensation.
Vidic, who missed the final five months of last season after rupturing his cruciate in the Champions League defeat to Basle, missed Sunday's Premier League win at Liverpool after complaining of tightness in his right knee.
Yu Darvish got bumped from the Texas Rangers pitching rotation last week after he turned up with muscle tightness.
Stephen felt a tightness and it would have been stupid for him to play longer.
But Bolt's agent Ricky Simms has attempted to play down fears he is a doubt for the Games, adding the 25-year-old sprinter was merely suffering from tightness in his hamstring.
ENGLAND winger Theo Walcott is a doubt for Tuesday's Euro 2012 clash with Ukraine after he pulled out of training yesterday following "a tightness in his hamstring".
According to Soo Min Toh, co-author of the paper from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management, cultural tightness is the "degree to which norms are clear and pervasive.