A start would be to abandon the constrictions of academic fields.
This rotary action tends to remove these constrictions and to develop a certain flexibility in the whole torso.
Disjunct: with head, thorax and abdomen separated by constrictions.
Harmony means the removing of constrictions and over-activity in certain parts which one finds upon exercising.
Four flattish lobes, deeply separated by constrictions, form each of these strange-looking fruits.
Before this rhythm can reign we must remove all constrictions from any part of the body.
We live in them mentally, and accept all their constrictions and restrictions as a matter of course.
The Glynsky form is simpler, having only one syphon tube; at the constrictions it is usual to have a glass bead.
These divisions seem on the exterior like constrictions, and give the body the appearance of a series of rings.
This portion is marked by alternate enlargements and constrictions of the outline, which appear to indicate seasonal growths.
constriction con·stric·tion (kən-strĭk'shən)
The act of constricting or the state of being constricted.
A feeling of tightness or pressure, as in the chest.
A constricted or narrow part.