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buckling

 [buk´ling]
the process or an instance of becoming crumpled or warped.
scleral buckling a technique for repair of detachment of the retina, in which indentations or infoldings of the sclera are made over the tears in the retina so as to promote adherence of the retina to the choroid.

buckling

/buck·ling/ (buk´ling) the process or an instance of becoming crumpled or warped.
scleral buckling  a technique for repair of a detached retina, in which indentations or infoldings of the sclera are made over the tears in the retina to promote adherence of the retina to the choroid.

buckling,

n the crowding of anterior teeth in the dental arch.

buckling

the process or an instance of becoming crumpled or warped.

scleral buckling
a technique for repair of detachment of the retina, in which indentations or infoldings of the sclera are made over the tears in the retina so as to promote adherence of the retina to the choroid.
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But Hurley doubts primary enforcement of seat belt laws will noticeably worsen the problem, and he argues that it makes sense as a matter of consistency: If you can be pulled over for a broken tail light, why not for failing to buckle up ?
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