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- v. Present participle of decrease.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Becoming less and less; diminishing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. music
- adj. becoming less or smaller
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In an e-mail message on Friday to the bar's membership, its president, Robert J. Grey Jr., said lawyers and others who work with the law needed to respond to what he described as decreasing respect for the courts.
Unless we stop minimizing smokers and treating them like like pariahs, we will never make positive strides in decreasing the number of those addicited to cigarettes.
As I have quite a few favicons, I'd be interested in decreasing the gap between them, even if they stay under the address bar.
Measles initiatives have made considerable progress in decreasing disease and death caused by measles since its inception in 2001.
Keeps people from killing too many and would help in decreasing the pockets of land where the herd may be at an unhealthy level.
A “Green” Job is a usual job where the output, the result of the work effort participates in decreasing carbon emissions or pollution.
Reasoned inquiry depends — in decreasing order of abstraction — upon logic, principles, evidence and facts.
It seems clear from the Surgeon General's report, as well as from research studies, that little progress will be made in decreasing stigma until we address the issue of violence.
However, it did not show benefit in decreasing pregnancy rates.
So increased revenue is likely to result in decreasing debt (as a % of GDP).
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