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  • 1 decline — [n1] lessening abatement, backsliding, comedown, cropper*, decay, decrepitude, degeneracy, degeneration, descent, deterioration, devolution, diminution, dissolution, dive, downfall, downgrade, downturn, drop, dwindling, ebb, ebbing, enfeeblement …

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  • 2 Value America — or VA was a dot com company founded in Nevada in 1996Perine, Keith. [http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi m0HWW/is 33 3/ai 66682364 An American Dream Gone Bad ] , The Industry Standard , August 28, 2000. Retrieved September 10, 2007.] by Craig… …

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  • 3 decline — [dē klīn′, diklīn′] vi. declined, declining [ME declinen < OFr decliner, to bend, turn aside < L declinare, to bend from, inflect < de , from (see DE ) + clinare, to bend: see LEAN1] 1. to bend, turn, or slope downward or aside 2. a) …

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  • 4 decline — I noun abatement, act of crumbling, act of dwindling, act of falling away, act of lessening, act of losing ground, act of shrinking, act of slipping back, act of wasting away, act of weakening, act of worsening, atrophy, backward step, cheapening …

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  • 5 decline — ► VERB 1) become smaller, weaker, or less in quality or quantity. 2) politely refuse. 3) (especially of the sun) move downwards. 4) Grammar form (a noun, pronoun, or adjective) according to case, number, and gender. ► NOUN ▪ a gradual and… …

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  • 6 decline — ▪ I. decline de‧cline 1 [dɪˈklaɪn] verb [intransitive] 1. COMMERCE if an industry or country declines, it becomes less profitable, productive, wealthy etc: • This type of business is a declining sector of the UK. 2 …

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  • 7 decline — Synonyms and related words: abate, abatement, abjure, ablate, abstain, abstain from, age, analyze, anility, arrear, arrearage, arrears, ascend, asking price, avoid, backslide, backsliding, balk, bank, bate, be eaten away, be found wanting, be… …

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  • 8 decline — decliner, n. /di kluyn /, v., declined, declining, n. v.t. 1. to withhold or deny consent to do, enter into or upon, etc.; refuse: He declined to say more about it. 2. to express inability or reluctance to accept; refuse with courtesy: to decline …

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  • 9 Decline — When a security s price falls in value over a given trading day and subsequently closes at a lower value than its opening price. A decline can happen for any number of reasons, including a reduction in the firm s intrinsic value, or as a result… …

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  • 10 Decline of the Roman Empire — This article is about the historiography of the decline of the Roman Empire. For a description of events, see Roman Empire. For the book by Edward Gibbon, see The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. For the film, see The Fall of… …

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  • 11 decline — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ catastrophic, considerable, dramatic, drastic, large, major, marked, massive, serious, severe …

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  • 12 Decline effect — The decline effect may occur when scientific claims receive decreasing support over time. The term was first described by parapsychologist Joseph Banks Rhine in the 1930s to describe the disappearing of extrasensory perception (ESP) of psychic… …

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  • 13 decline — 01. The [decline] in the New York stock market is due to the financial crisis in Asia. 02. The value of the yen on international markets has [declined] significantly over the past year. 03. He asked her to the dance, but she [declined] his… …

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  • 14 decline — de•cline [[t]dɪˈklaɪn[/t]] v. clined, clin•ing, n. 1) to withhold or deny consent to do; refuse 2) to refuse with courtesy 3) to cause to slope or incline downward 4) gram. to recite or display the inflected forms of (a noun, pronoun, or… …

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  • 15 Value product — The value product (VP) is an economic concept formulated by Karl Marx in his critique of political economy during the 1860s, and used in Marxian social accounting theory for capitalist economies. Its annual monetary value is approximately equal… …

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  • 16 value — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 amount of money that sth is worth ADJECTIVE ▪ high, low ▪ the high value of the pound ▪ full, total ▪ real …

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  • 17 decline — verb (declined, declining) –verb (t) /dəˈklaɪn / (say duh kluyn) 1. to withhold consent to do, enter upon, or accept; refuse: he declined to say more about it; she declined the offer with thanks. 2. to cause to slope or incline downward. 3.… …

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  • 18 Decline and fall of Pedro II of Brazil — Emperor Pedro II in 1887 This article is part of a series related to Pedro II of Brazil …

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  • 19 decline — /dɪ klaɪn/ noun 1. a gradual fall ● the decline in the value of the dollar ● a decline in buying power ● The last year has seen a decline in real wages. 2. the final stage in the life cycle of a product when the sales and profitability are… …

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  • 20 decline — /dɪ klaɪn/ noun 1. a gradual fall ● the decline in the value of the dollar ● a decline in buying power ● The last year has seen a decline in real wages. 2. the final stage in the life cycle of a product when the sales and profitability are… …

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