- n. Plural form of cycle.
“One of the cycles is the way governments and long-lived organizations unite to fight change.”
“China has the world's largest population and credits its 30-year-old family planning limits with preventing 400 million additional births and helping break a traditional preference for large families that had left many trapped in cycles of poverty.”
“My guess, given the previous prehistoric warming cycles, is that the net effect will be a cooling one, significantly dampening the impact of all of the additional carbon.”
“It comes in cycles and if you don't want global warming, then the people who scream about it the most need to stop driving, stop using electricity and stop having children.”
“Steele, a man now used to thinking in four-year Olympic cycles, is clear about what the next target after that should be as the country prepares for a home World Cup in 2015.”
“Do adults really not know that politics runs in cycles?”
“And a big problem with the Milankovich cycles is that they only explain a small part of the temperature changes.”
“But eleven Presidential cycles is a long time to plan to run a deficit in support of a "free lunch".”
“Today, politicians want to scare us over what changes naturally, in cycles and want to tax us to make changes over what they can't possibly change, anyhow.”
“Where it goes in cycles of no algae - tons of algae - no algae - tons of algae ... and so on?”
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