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use "claustrophobia" in a sentence

Robert is consumed with claustrophobia and a desire to get outside into the sun.

Literary significance criticism The Golden Bowl's intense focus on these four characters - almost to the exclusion of everything else in the whole wide world - gives the novel both its tremendous power and its
earlier on in the film; however, it has a small orange colored 007 logo on the second hand, an engraved caseback signifying the Bond connection, and an engraved 007 on the clasp.

Machinery The Brake Wheel has been converted from Compass arm construction to clasp arm construction, it is feet (0 m) diameter with 63 cogs.

Disc brakes in place of the Mark 2's clasp brakes completed the engineering package - enabling efficient deceleration from 125 mph and almost silent brake operation.

Newborn lorises clasp to the belly of the mother (or occasionally the father).

A clasp may be awarded to a recipient of the 10 years medal on his completing a further 5 years of qualifying service.

A lid clasp (as opposed to a magnetic latching system), DisplayPort video out (as opposed to HDMI), and support for legacy standards are all results of the requirements of the business market.

Clasps became increasingly popular at the turn of the nineteenth century with one clear disadvantage: since each belt end was fixed to each clasp piece, the size of the belt was typically not adjustable unless an elastic panel was inserted.

When the ribbon alone is worn on a uniform a silver rosette denotes the award of the Clasp.

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