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narrow

[′nar·ō]
(geography)
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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Because of the narrowness of the road at the Barras Lane junction, in order to carry out these works as quickly and as safely as possible, it will be necessary to close this section of Holyhead Road to traffic.
NA-005 was on route from Nossari to Muzaffarabad when it plunged into river Neelum due to the narrowness of road.
The biggest problems we encounter are related to the height of the heel and/or the narrowness of the toe box," he added.
Kane holds that ethical principles about right action and the good life emerge from the philosophical quest for wisdom that involves a striving to overcome narrowness of vision that comes from the limitations of finite points of view.
Sometimes saccharinely rose-tinted, it also conveyed the narrowness of the villagers' world.
It has been recognised for almost 50 years that the volcanic arcs form where one oceanic plate sinks beneath another, but while many models of this process have been put forward, none has been able to explain the location, and narrowness, of the volcanic arcs' said Professor Philip England, one of the authors of the study, which was published in Nature.
Fragments d'un projet politique europeen', notes that EU societies are currently burdened by cultural prejudices and that representative democracy is handicapped "by the narrowness of member states".
The narrowness of the flyover has a limited number of exits to certain areas.
Using terms such as 'remarkable' and 'fight' give a flavour of good people overcoming entrenched narrowness, intolerance etc, etc.
Their narrowness of mind rebounds back on them, and they are forced to endure in a world without Black.
Despite the narrowness of the scoreline it was a very good performance in Everton's last league match two weeks ago, when the reality of it was that the Blues should have put the game beyond Wigan long before that exciting and heart-stopping final few moments.