- n. alternative spelling of freefall.
“Seniors on this team, including the Big 12's all-time leading rebounder, Damion James, could not exert enough authority to spare Texas from its late free-fall.”
“This rapid price free-fall highlights the complexity and perils of the fast-evolving securities markets.”
“Nevada, which relies heavily on tourism, gambling and construction, has been in a financial free-fall for more than two years as a result of the global economic meltdown.”
“But Stephen Jen, managing director of London-based hedge fund SLJ Macro Partners LLP, says the U.S. is unlikely to participate in any Plaza Accord-style agreement unless the dollar and dollar-denominated assets enter a free-fall—signaling a market panic that warrants international action.”
“Rider sues Metro following alleged Forest Glen elevator free-fall”
“A market in free-fall crushes anything in its path, just as positive momentum tends to lift all boats.”
“The energy necessary to pulverize the reinforced core of the towers would make it impossible for them to collapse at free-fall speed, yet they did.”
“On the other … without our military aid and logistical support, Pakistan enters a free-fall.”
“If so, we have no choice but to get with it, and stop the narcissistic free-fall.”
“With public debt set to reach 155% of gross domestic product this year, the country looks close to its limits as it imposes fresh spending cuts and tax increases on an economy in free-fall.”
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