Definition of contractural in English:

contractural

Line breaks: con|trac¦tur¦al
Pronunciation: /kənˈtraktʃ(ə)r(ə)l
 
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adjective

1 Medicine Relating to or involving contracture.
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  • Upstream mutations that result in partial exon skipping have been reported previously, including in the human autosomal dominant disorder congenital contractural arachnodactyly.
2 another term for contractual.
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  • As previously reported, the date for its opening is said to be December, several months later than the company anticipated, although the contractural opening date is March 2004.
  • But thanks to an oddball contractural agreement, the show has been playing in the UK since last fall, and the episodes aren't terribly hard to find online.
  • I've heard, though, that a lot of title designers find the genre very challenging - insufficient compensation, debilitating legal and contractural restrictions, and general lack of respect.

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