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    1. Kijin

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      Compression, decrease in volume of any object or substance resulting from applied stress. Compression may be undergone by solids, liquids, and gases and by living systems.
    2. Mikajinn

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    4. Malmaran

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      Nerve compression syndrome occurs when a nerve is squeezed or compacted. It typically occurs at a single location. Nerves in the torso, limbs, and extremities may be affected.
    5. Kekinos

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      May 10,  · Pay compression, also known as wage compression or salary compression, occurs when employees with the same skills and experience are paid differently. Sometimes, new hires or employees with less experience may end up being paid significantly more than tenured employees with more experience.
    6. Vukazahn

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      Compression socks are also available with medium firm compression, which is generally mmHg. Firm and extra firm compression hosiery and socks are available for people who do not get relief with mild and medium options. Medical providers may recommend graduated compression hosiery, which gradually becomes firmer toward the ankle.
    7. Fautaxe

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    8. Akir

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      com·pres·sion (kəm-prĕsh′ən) n. 1. a. The act or process of compressing. b. The state of being compressed. 2. a. The process by which the working substance in a heat engine, such as the vapor mixture in the cylinder of an internal-combustion engine, is compressed. b. The engine cycle during which this process occurs. 3. Computers The process by.
    9. Vubei

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      compression: 1 n applying pressure Synonyms: compressing Antonyms: decompressing, decompression relieving pressure (especially bringing a compressed person gradually back to atmospheric pressure) Types: show 13 types hide 13 types squeeze, squeezing the act of gripping and pressing firmly condensation, condensing the act of increasing.

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