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1. Contraction definition is - the action or process of contracting : the state of being contracted
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2. How to use Contraction in a sentence.
3. A Contraction is a word or phrase that has been shortened by dropping one or more letters. In writing, an apostrophe is used to indicate the place of the missing letters
4. Contractions are commonly used in speech (or written dialogue), informal forms of writing, and where space is at a premium, such as in advertising.
5. Contraction, in economics, refers to a phase of the business cycle in which the economy as a whole is in decline. A Contraction generally occurs …
6. Hello, here is a list of Contractions.
7. During each Contraction, the muscles in …
8. Contractions in active labor generally last between 45 to 60 seconds, with three to five minutes of rest in between
9. Contraction noun [U] (REDUCTION) the fact of something becoming smaller or shorter: Cold causes Contraction of the metal
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10. The Contraction of this muscle raises the lower arm.
11. The term comes from a Latin word meaning ‘to draw together’ so, strictly, a phrase such as ‘isotonic Contraction’ is a contradiction in terms.
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12. Contractions are shortened word combinations (or forms) that are characterized by the omission of letters and sounds
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13. Contractions, which are sometimes called ‘short forms’, commonly combine a pronoun or noun and a verb, or a verb and not, in a shorter form
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14. Contractions are usually not appropriate in formal writing
15. A Contraction is an abbreviated version of a word or words
16. Easy Examples of Contractions There are two main types of Contraction: (1) Those formed by replacing missing letter (s) with an apostrophe.
17. Contractions are muscle Contractions that tighten the top part of the uterus to push the baby downward into the birth canal during labor
18. A Contraction feels like a cramping or tightening that begins in your back and moves around to the front of your body
19. Your belly tightens during Contractions, and then …
20. This is a list of Contractions used in the Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Abbreviations these are to be avoided anywhere other than in direct quotations in encyclopedic prose.
21. Some acronyms are formed by Contraction these are covered at Wikipedia:Manual of Style/Abbreviations.Some trademarks (e.g
22. "Ain't That a Shame") consist of or contain Contractions
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23. A Contraction is word that is a shortened form of two words put together
24. Can and not go together to make the Contraction can’t
25. Do and not go together to make the Contraction don’t.
26. A Contraction is a combination of two words—almost always a noun with a verb—linked with an apostrophe into one, shortened word
27. Examples of Contractions include it’s, wasn’t, haven’t, and hundreds more (see our Contractions list below)
28. Contraction: the act or process of reducing the size or volume of something by or as if by pressing
29. Braxton Hicks Contractions (aka practice or false Contractions): These can occur any time after the middle of your pregnancy (or not at all)
30. Practice Contractions help prime your body for delivery, but they don't actually cause cervical dilation or effacement that occurs during labor
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31. Answer 10 multiple choice questions on Contractions
32. For example: The Contraction for "it is" is: its, it's, i'ts
33. Learn Contractions by watching this video! Our 2ND CHANNEL is on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/scratchgarden Contractions are English short form word
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34. Contraction (grammar), a shortened word Poetic Contraction, omission of letters for poetic reasons; Elision, omission of sounds
35. Contraction (operator theory), in operator theory, state of a bounded operator
36. Join the fiesta in "Arcade" mode by tapping/clicking on the correct Contraction spelling and using the slingshot to make the piñata burst open or play "Practice" mode to test your knowledge on Contractions and hone your slingshot skills.
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37. As your pregnancy draws to a close, you might be obsessing about labor Contractions
38. Find out more about the types of Contractions you can expect, how …
39. What does Contraction mean? The definition of Contraction is the lengthening or shortening of a muscle fiber or a word formed by combining the sound
40. Learn that Contractions shorten words and that an apostrophe takes the place of the missing letters
41. Contractions Obstetrics Volleys of tightening and shortening of myometrium–uterine muscle, which occur during labor, cause dilatation and thinning of the cervix and …
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42. A Contraction is a combination of two words, with an apostrophe taking the place of the letter or letters that have been omitted
43. There's no absolute formula for how Contractions are formed
44. How to use the Contraction calculator? • Click the "Start counting" button when you feel a tightening sensation (you can either feel it from inside or with your hand on the belly)
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45. This is the beginning of one Contraction
46. • Repeat the same as the Contractions continue, to check the interval of the Contractions.
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47. When a Contraction ends, write down the time
48. Do the math: The difference between the beginning and the end of the Contraction indicates how long the Contraction lasted
49. As soon as the next Contraction begins, write down the time and this time note how much time passed from the end of the first Contraction to the beginning of the second.
50. It's is a Contraction of it is or it has
51. (Contraction of it is) Correct: It's been a very long time
52. (Contraction of it has) See also Apostrophes with Pronouns.
53. The way a Contraction feels is different for each woman, and it may feel different from one pregnancy to the next
54. Labor Contractions usually cause discomfort or …
55. A Contraction is a word that has been shortened from combining two bigger words
56. This is the Contraction of “She had finished the work by the time I arrived” as it is the only grammatically correct option
57. As well, the Contraction “‘s”, the contracted form of “is” or “has” can be used with pronouns and it can be used with nouns, names, question
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58. ‘This was the first Contraction in this industry since 1976.’ ‘The consumer price index suffered its first Contraction in 16 years last year, largely due to lower food and clothing prices.’ ‘The ongoing Contraction of manufacturing industry and low inflation are seen as further arguments for a fresh cut.’
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59. Contraction Risk: The risk faced by the holder of a fixed income security when borrowers increase the rate at which they pay back the maturity value of the fixed income security
60. Contraction definition: When a woman who is about to give birth has Contractions , she experiences a very strong Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
61. Contraction - a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds; "`won't' is a Contraction of `will not'"; "`o'clock' is a Contraction of `of the clock'" word - a unit of language that native speakers can identify; "words are the blocks from which sentences are made";
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62. Muscle Contraction is described by the sliding filament model of Contraction
63. Contraction n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
64. Contraction (countable and uncountable, plural Contractions) A reversible reduction in size
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65. The country's economic Contraction was caused by high oil prices
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66. The Contraction WE'RE stands for what two words?, Which of the following is the Contraction for THEY ARE? a
67. They'd, YOU'RE is the Contraction for what two words?, Which is the Contraction for WE ARE? a
68. The design needs to allow for the expansion and Contraction of the metal
69. The sudden Contraction of the markets left them with a lot of unwanted stock
70. Physical stress caused by expansion and Contraction can damage components within the computer
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71. The Contraction of the pipes in …
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