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    1. She returned after several minutes with a cold compress on her head as it was pounding

    2. Compress it in all that you do

    3. She wiped her face with a cold compress and washed out her mouth

    4. In between charges the nurses compress her chest, counting out the rhythm of life in beats delivered by the heels of their hands

    5. stomach so my compress was secured, and then tied it

    6. “But in the meantime, can I have a cold compress?”

    7. Then we are going to compress all

    8. She reached over, trying to help compress the wound

    9. But before she could say anything I got a sinking feeling as the camera captured Shamansky reaching under Jennifer’s skirt to compress her inner thigh wound

    10. The man was asleep, and wearing a healing compress

    11. warm or cool compress eases pain for many

    12. The Dangler urged his steed to hold fast, to squeeze tighter, to compress the monster to glittering ash just as Silver’s diamond mist had destroyed the bone claw hand of Sorid in the Secret Stream, but the unborn brethren of Syn could not contest the power of a demon that had a heart of its own

    13. This can compress the spinal cord and the nerves around it, causing pain which is often accompanied by a feeling like an electric shock going down the legs, or numbness in the legs

    14. Path, to compress into a few lives the evolution which otherwise would take

    15. What you can do about it is to apply cold compress on your eyes for about 10 minutes

    16. To counter it, one of the best remedies is to apply hot and cold compress on the affected areas alternately

    17. My mother lay on the guest bed with both a warm and cold compress carefully dabbing Jake's cuts and bruises and trying very hard not to cause him any more pain

    18. The advocates of the post-tribulation Rapture compress the Rapture and

    19. could, in the far future, compress a tiny quantity of matter in the 5th spatial dimension to

    20. the hole's event horizon (boundary) and compress

    21. Provided you could find some way to compress it

    22. Provided you could find some way to compress

    23. On the way back out he watched her compress herself into a small ball and bury herself deep in a grinding barrel

    24. that we can compress

    25. compress a robot that’s about a foot high

    26. The advice I always give to those with varicose veins is to wear nylon stockings which can compress their varicose veins

    27. I could compress it into a ball and I knew then it held at least a little water

    28. Whichever you choose all cases involve a warm compress on the infected eye several times a day for ten minutes to reduce inflamation

    29. Even a warm compress applied to the affected eye can help relieve the discomfort

    30. had put a cold compress on the majority of his burns in the hopes of bringing his temperature

    31. “I put an herbal compress on your foot and on a few of the smaller wounds on your face

    32. We tried all we could: we rubbed it with different ointments, made compress, and simply warmed it up

    33. When released, the spring will compress and pull on the slide

    34. In traditional herbal medicine, a compress or ointment of sweet clover is applied to

    35. then compress until another big bang

    36. A cold compress was being gently wiped around her face, in a cooling, soothing manner

    37. Gzip Page Compression – Select yes to compress buffered output

    38. A cold compress was put on my forehead and I heard someone call my name

    39. "She's burning up, we would need to put a cold compress on her to stabilize her body temperature

    40. This would compress and deform

    41. Her breasts compress against his chest

    42. Leaving the compress in place, he selected an

    43. the busy society that you are in, it feels that you need to compress

    44. She wondered, ‘If this movie is not made this time, it’s sure the hubby will compress me to leave thi all and I’ll have to agree with him

    45. He then unfastened the hook on the back of her bra and she slipped out of it and came up against him, letting her soft, warm breasts compress against his muscular chest

    46. 4Π0 The aircraft holds more space but does not fill more air and therefore the air has to compress

    47. Compress space even today with a piston in a cylinder and then pump the compressed air into a container and such confining of space will increase the heat by the piston effort to reduce the space brought about in the container

    48. Black holes compress all the three basic elements of our Universe simultaneously

    49. 2Π0to 4Π0 When an aircraft stands still by only moving with the earth it moves at Π0 As it moves faster it fills more space up to where it fills from Π0 to 2Π0 of sky space and as the speed increase this goes up to 2Π0 to 4Π0 The aircraft holds more space but does not fill more air and therefore the air has to compress

    50. There are 2 types of compress

    1. Danton’s fellow revolutionaries, compressed as they were into

    2. The sheer mass of stone and brick surrounding him compressed his sight

    3. Danton’s fellow revolutionaries, compressed as they were into such a small space, gave vent to their frustration and pain in rivers of blood, and he, the great Danton, could do nothing now that the beast was off its chains but try to direct the rampaging animal as best he could

    4. Still the sound built, crashing through her head and tearing at her sanity until the last vestiges of her strength became impossibly compressed and ready to blow

    5. She compressed her lips but replied, "Some alien artificial life form in the information domain

    6. vestiges of her strength became impossibly compressed and ready

    7. struggling to fill in their compressed position

    8. I would use compressed air for those

    9. It had turned out well, there was good range and clarity, all the effects translated and her yandrille could be powered from the block's compressed air feed

    10. This time, the pain was like all the world’s suffering compressed into a moment

    11. Would that not be the same as saying that a big industrial fuel plant was the designer of the large compressors, operating within it, and that over time the compressors adapted to the environment to become perfectly part of the plant and to provide compressed air to specific units within the plant? It is absurd and makes no sense

    12. The graviton field generator, however, had significantly compressed the sign-wave – which previously spread out for hundreds of light years

    13. Over ten million frequency bands of compressed digital code, one to tune to, which would've been so simple if these band's did not constantly alter as soon as each was tracked and locked onto

    14. Now he could only wait until his neural patterns were scanned and then re-mapped on to his physical self’s uncoupled neurons? And as to the original Gerrid: his mental functions were subsumed by a wealth of compressed data, to the point where his self no longer existed

    15. Hotter and hotter it became as the women concentrated on its intensity, slowly the raised it to a position about four feet from the ground where it sat, tumbling, turning, twisting, engulfing itself until it was tightly compressed and the size of a large bucket, when the ball flew out of the open window and into the small clearing

    16. In a bronze bowl, a stick of compressed caymay burned like incense

    17. This machine was used to push paper and cardboard into a pit bailer where it was compressed and made into a bale weighing about fourteen hundred pounds

    18. When everything is done, you’ll need to make sure that files that were in use and couldn’t be compressed will be compressed

    19. No one ever questioned it, but the air was compressed by electricity, which came from the very same place as everyone else’s did

    20. tree and serpent were compressed in com-

    21. Is it possible that instead of being a “fossil fuel” (compressed animal and plant life) oil is continuously produced deep in the earth through an “abiotic” process? We better not be addicted to all the benefits and products of oil—aviation; plastics and home products of all types, from boats to lipstick; blacktop highways; agricultural fertilizers, for starters

    22. before and now, standing in the compressed bathroom of the bar,

    23. pod, the compressed gas forcing its way out

    24. When the camera was on me the audience saw the whole sequence of events as I took off my shirt, folded it, and compressed the wound

    25. Jaden notices this is creating a tunnel through the steamy compressed hydrogen clouds

    26. The nanoscanners are detecting all kinds of energy particles and atoms moving in so many directions around the highly compressed area

    27. The ship is moving faster as it rides out the compressed hydrogen’s exploding forces

    28. Most of the students wrote proofs of their beliefs using Boyle's Law (gas cools off when it expands and heats up when it is compressed) variant

    29. Each section had to be filled with compressed air and checked for leakage

    30. He gave instructions at the plant for workers to fake removing parts and machinery and then make a big show of filling and releasing compressed air from one of the empty PAX tanks

    31. the penitentiary, gas mask compressed against his face, he took

    32. Nothing but compressed exhilaration now from Koskinen, his hypothesis soon to be conclusively proven—or disastrously disproven—after years of struggle and frustration and professional disdain

    33. The trail compressed between hillside and gully, becoming steeper and rougher

    34. A star could be compressed using magnetic fields

    35. It had enough compressed air to carry you towards the enemy fleet whereupon ‘you there’ under that plastic bubble, were expected to drive straight into the hull of a battle cruiser or whatever you could find, blowing it and yourself to smithereens

    36. are compressed with the plasma, and their strength increases as the plasma

    37. 99% of which is compressed within the periphery of this physical body

    38. lithosphere, was compressed and grew strong enough to prevent the

    39. The opposite holds true for a low volatility environment, in which risk parameters would need to be compressed

    40. The Chief Mage compressed her lips, squinted at her protégés as if wondering how to continue, then with a vague wave of the hand told them Augur had a few questions

    41. The severed hand of the black skeleton whipped the liquid fire and molten rock into a compressed hurricane around the pillar that stood in the center of the underground lake

    42. When they’re dripping with the stuff someone scrapes it off and it’s mixed with crushed, dried plant material before being compressed into sticky blocks

    43. the compressed air is stored in the cylinder under the barrel

    44. nothing but compressed sugar they helped because the patient thought they

    45. Also around the area were canisters of compressed gas contaminants marked “made in China” which would affect the sea-life for some time…

    46. 22 shell with compressed gas

    47. They shoot a small lead bullet with CO2 compressed air and they will kill you

    48. Compressed air, explosive

    49. The timescale is compressed from months to weeks, to days, tending very rapidly toward zero: a point McKenna called ‗Timewave Zero

    50. Then he opens all three balloons spilling a few very compressed lumps of weed and many other smaller balloons of other drugs on to his lap

    1. She kept putting cold compresses on his forehead, and wiping his neck and chest

    2. mass it collects and compresses the more

    3. The theory compresses, in one among many ways, the

    4. that portion of it that compresses itself into each head

    5. She gave her a vial of castor oil, put compresses on her stomach and ice cubes on her head, and she made her stay in bed for five days and follow the diet ordered by the new and outlandish French doctor, who after examining her for more than two hours reached the foggy conclusion that she had an ailment peculiar to women

    6. � He examined with curiosity the compresses in their sterile plastic wrappings

    7. She replaced the cold compresses on his body

    8. This step compresses the impact of the two

    9. When 10 is full it becomes heavier and compresses the spring 8 and via the rack 21 and the gear 20 rotates the time indicating hand 19

    10. dipped into the liquid to make compresses

    11. Such compresses should be applied for at

    12. Henrietta hurried out of the room and came back double quick with the cold compresses

    13. I floated on wavelike currents, dipping in and out of reality, feeling gentle hands laying cool compresses against my burning forehead

    14. She compresses her shoulders to shrink in on herself, and with difficulty she tears her face away and stands, hunched, with her eyes squeezed closed and her brow draw together in hopes that if she doesn't look at him for a moment everything will be back to the way it was before

    15. He holds out his hands so she can watch as he compresses the snow between his palms and shapes it with his fingers

    16. By turning it compresses what is in outer space into what is inner space and by compressing the space gravity increases the heat levels

    17. It is said that hot compresses helps to detoxify the body toxins accumulated through

    18. BUT: there is one historical legacy of Daoism that compresses its entire evolution of corruption into a nutshell

    19. fever which took hours of cold compresses to bring

    20. laid the compresses on Sadie’s hot forehead

    21. there changing compresses before the fever began to

    22. The Jewish myth compresses six million years of sinning into one short subconscious message so compact that it skips millions of years in a few words

    23. pulse, putting on sinapisms and cold-water compresses

    24. ” So saying, he call’d for Horatio to bring more Tea and hot Compresses, and he gave me as well, dried Powder of Rosehips to eat and whole West India Limes

    25. The yields move in tandem most of the time, but the real opportunities come when they move in opposite directions—that is, when the spread expands, it is time to buy; when it compresses, to sell

    26. bread thief; il lansquine, it rains, a striking, ancient figure which partly bears its date about it, which assimilates long oblique lines of rain, with the dense and slanting pikes of the lancers, and which compresses into a single word the popular expression: it rains halberds

    27. It was found difficult to prevent his passing every night beside the wounded man; he had his big arm-chair carried to Marius' bedside; he required his daughter to take the finest linen in the house for compresses and bandages

    28. Leona Cassiani helped him to bathe and to change his pajamas every other day, she gave him his enemas, she held the portable urinal for him, she applied arnica compresses to the bedsores on his back, she gave him the massages recommended by the doctor so that his immobility would not cause other, more severe ailments

    29. 5 The Cube Transform Compresses Smaller Values of the Input

    30. As for the other prisoners, they abstained from questioning him; when once they had applied compresses they paid no more attention to him, thinking probably it would be better to leave him alone, and not to worry him by their questions and compassion

    31. The whole of the previous night he had spent tossing about and groaning, and poor Nina Alexandrovna had been busy making cold compresses and warm fomentations and so on, without being very clear how to apply them

    32. I found her in tears, almost in hysterics, with compresses of eau-de-Cologne and a glass of water

    33. Even to-day, in fact, and take him straight to the hospital and apply cold compresses

    34. He insisted on immediate compresses, and told Velchaninoff he must drink two or three cups of very hot weak tea—boiling hot

    1. She could only get away with compressing her lips but even that told Jorma that it was too late

    2. The room began to close in on him, crushing him ever smaller, compressing his lungs, his bones, his muscles

    3. It felt as if the ceiling had fallen on her, compressing her torso, her head, and every limb

    4. I was a little embarrassed when the cameraman let Emma go out of focus while she was still talking, in order to get a close-up of me taking off my shirt and compressing Jennifer’s shoulder wound

    5. It is also capable of compressing the object or matter down smaller than trillions of an inch and destroying it

    6. “Yes, after she walked me through the process of splitting and compressing

    7. After she walked me through the process of splitting and compressing

    8. This is necessary for compressing ideas into a form that can be transmitted by speech

    9. Whatever the biologists say! Without detracting from the laudable work of these creatures that scholars praise for their role at Earth; making it suitable for farming, loosening roots and compressing soil, by fertilizing the land, and if this were not enough, as ultimate sacrifice, they serve as food to birds, mammals and reptiles; the truth is, it must be said, that nature behaved with them as a cruel tyrant when it comes to lavish her gifts

    10. This is especially likely if pain is severe or if the slipped vertebra is found to be compressing the spinal

    11. During this little speech there was an unravelling of furrowed brow, knotted fingers, and the lines compressing the headmaster’s mouth

    12. Plyometrics is used to develop explosive speed, and focuses on maximal power instead of maximal strength by compressing the force of muscular contraction into as short a period as possible, and may be used to improve the effectiveness of a boxer's punch, or to increase the vertical jumping ability of a basketball player

    13. Obtaining the shape by stretching and compressing with his vice like fingers; the face of an Arct soon began to show

    14. Compressing the known science into a few lines, I believe the theory leading to time-

    15. Those laser beams, entering the fusion chamber at carefully calculated angles, hit a tiny pill of deuterium-tritium, vaporizing it while at the same time compressing the gasses under tremendous pressure and temperature

    16. Use the heels of your hands, then press the cylinder, compressing it to the length of the pan

    17. When the container 15 is filled with too many balls it becomes heavy and moves downwards thus compressing 16 and closing the contact 17, which actuates the electrical motor 1

    18. A compressing flat spring 11 and an adjusting screw 13 with spring are positioned on Z3

    19. The modification in this example might be to purchase a higher-end videoconferencing system that includes special hardware for compressing the audio and video in real time so that conference participants can see and hear each other in real time

    20. “Nigger?” said Johnny, head compressing back into his neck with the shock of it

    21. She giggles as her foot sinks, compressing a few inches of snow with a noise like falling leaves

    22. Shela could see the burden of their brother’s disappearance pressing down on Fionn’s spirit, physically compressing her body, it seemed

    23. Compressing space produces heat

    24. compressing space and not by magical mass pulling

    25. It is compressing space to form heat

    26. compressing and that is what happens between the Earth and the atmosphere

    27. moves in relation to the earth’s gravity compressing space into forming the atmosphere

    28. the movement of the aircraft compressing space in relation to the aircraft moving as well

    29. Gravity is the contracting or compressing of the space surrounding the earth and this is by way of

    30. For your benefit I will shortly give a summary by which I hope to interest you in reading the manuscript: Compressing space produces heat

    31. Gravity is the contracting or compressing of the space surrounding the earth and this is by way of rotation

    32. The sun forms time as it initiates space through the Hubble concept and it ends time by compressing space into the oblivious

    33. It is heat reduced in space that turns by the compressing thereof into a liquid parting the hydrogen solid atoms

    34. The application of gravity that condenses space and bringing about heat by the compressing of space we apply in the way we go about tapping into the energy that nature provides

    35. The application of gravity is that which condenses space by bringing about heat with the compressing of space

    36. That compressing or liquefying we call the atmosphere

    37. If the circle is as large as the sun is, then the compressing of space turns the air into squirting liquid precisely as the picture of the sun shows

    38. The Coanda effect is a relation between material spinning and air or liquid compressing and that is what

    39. What this picture shows is that objects are always moving extraordinarily as they move in relation to the earth’s atmosphere where everything that always moves independent of the earth’s movement must move according to the earth when it moves in relation to the earth’s gravity compressing space into forming the atmosphere

    40. But it also shows the movement of the aircraft compressing space in relation to the aircraft moving as well

    41. By turning it compresses what is in outer space into what is inner space and by compressing the space gravity increases the heat levels

    42. The heat does not rise because heat cools by expanding while it remains heat and heat rises in levels by compressing the space

    43. The escaping necessarily involves expanding of compressed heat because the gravity was eons of accumulating compressing heat into the star

    44. The more it is compressing and the more weight at this point, the slower time passes there

    45. But as Don Quixote's sense of smell was as acute as his hearing, and as Sancho was so closely linked with him that the fumes rose almost in a straight line, it could not be but that some should reach his nose, and as soon as they did he came to its relief by compressing it between his fingers, saying in a rather snuffing tone, "Sancho, it strikes me thou art in great fear

    46. "But in the midst of his conversation he stopped and became silent, keeping his eyes fixed upon the ground for some time, during which we stood still waiting anxiously to see what would come of this abstraction; and with no little pity, for from his behaviour, now staring at the ground with fixed gaze and eyes wide open without moving an eyelid, again closing them, compressing his lips and raising his eyebrows, we could perceive plainly that a fit of madness of some kind had come upon him; and before long he showed that what we imagined was the truth, for he arose in a fury from the ground where he had thrown himself, and attacked the first he found near him with such rage and fierceness that if we had not dragged him off him, he would have beaten or bitten him to death, all the while exclaiming, 'Oh faithless Fernando, here, here shalt thou pay the penalty of the wrong thou hast done me; these hands shall tear out that heart of thine, abode and dwelling of all iniquity, but of deceit and fraud above all; and to these he added other words all in effect upbraiding this Fernando and charging him with treachery and

    47. He endeavored to pronounce the name, but could not manage it; and compressing his mouth he held a silent combat with his inward agony, defying, meanwhile, my sympathy with an unflinching ferocious stare

    48. The Unseelie King completes the complex process of reducing himself, compressing fragments into various, new human forms those who live in Dublin have not seen him wearing

    49. “Compressing the arteries that feed his brain

    50. Alexey Alexandrovitch, ready for his speech, stood compressing his crossed fingers, waiting to see if the crack would not come again

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    Synonyms for "compress"

    compress compact constrict contract press squeeze pack together pack crush wedge crowd pad condense reduce outline shorten abridge summarise summarize syncopate

    "compress" definitions

    a cloth pad or dressing (with or without medication) applied firmly to some part of the body (to relieve discomfort or reduce fever)

    make more compact by or as if by pressing

    squeeze or press together