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  • v. Present participle of decelerate.

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Examples

  • I would say we have to be careful about the word decelerating comps because if you look at our comps performance over the last 5 quarters, and Q2 of last year, we were 6.7, and this is store only.

  • On that front, investors can take comfort from the slight rise in revenue growth in the quarter, froma 24% ratefor all of2010, a sign Google's long-term decelerating trend has ended.

    Google's Costly Growth

  • AIG Details Under Wraps Economic weakness, combined with steady or lower consumer and investor expectations for future inflation, declines in oil prices and "decelerating" import prices "should lead to rates of inflation more consistent with price stability," Mr. Bernanke said.

    Bernanke Keeps Door Open to Cuts,

  • The recall follows a report last week by Consumer Reports discovered in road tests that the GX 460 could roll over during certain maneuvers, such as decelerating onto a highway exit ramp.

    DailyFinance

  • However, this well-intentioned strategy may actually result in "decelerating" both your marketing efforts and your bottom line revenues.

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  • You talked about some of the drivers of diamond deceler - prices of diamonds kind of decelerating the past several weeks and you guys are kind of confident there.

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  • "decelerating" both your marketing efforts and your bottom line revenues.

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  • Right now, the economy is still decelerating from its strong snapback at the start of the recovery.

    Stock Bulls Look Past Rough Patch

  • And as second-quarter earnings season gets under way, the view is that growth is decelerating and inflationary pressures, driven by rising food and energy prices, are rising.

    The 'What, Me Worry?' Market

  • But studies have shown that such injuries can be avoided with training programs that focus on landing and decelerating in a more controlled fashion.

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