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A constricted section of a mountain pass, valley, or cave, or a gap or narrow passage between mountains.

What does it mean when you dream about being in a narrow space?

Dreaming about being in a narrow space can simply reflect the feeling that one has restricted options in some situation in one’s waking life. Can also represent a “narrow escape,” “narrow-mindedness,” or “the straight and narrow.”

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Slightly higher-quality 10-year junks bonds rated ``BB'' have narrowed to 1.
The Lilly and Searle trials provide good examples of trials in which the issues could have been more effectively narrowed and joined.
Although we have narrowed our preference down to two specific groups we are maintaining communications with the other firms until such time as we can officially conclude the legal aspects of a term sheet.
Doctors use a catheter to deliver a stent to the narrowed artery.
deficits with China and Japan narrowed substantially in November, but analysts cautioned against drawing conclusions about trends.
One factor contributing to the easing of upward pressure was that interest rate differentials favoring the dollar narrowed further in October as a result of interest rate increases abroad.
An ischemic stroke can occur when carotid arteries become narrowed and when small particles of atherosclerotic plaque become dislodged from the diseased artery wall.
The cave soon narrowed into a twisting tunnel, with the passageway growing so narrow that at places I could have touched both walls with my outstretched arms.
In the days or weeks before a heart attack or sudden death from heart disease, many people feel drained and devoid of their usual energy A new study suggests that psychological factors help to produce this kind of exhaustion in some individuals after surgical repair of narrowed heart arteries; the fatigue then markedly boosts their chances of suffering further serious cardiac problems.
AOL Latin America (NASDAQ-SCM:AOLA) today announced that it expects to report narrowed losses for the third quarter of 2002 and that it expects its current funding to allow it to finance operations into the fourth quarter of 2003.
But an even greater threat lurks for sickle-celled children and teens if the arteries carrying blood to the brain become narrowed with a buildup of scar tissue.
My initial review of the Notice indicates the ruling only allows Livermore claims that are significantly narrowed.