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  • v. Present participle of decouple.
  • n. The act or process by which something is decoupled.


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  • If someone doesn't want to believe in decoupling, fine.

    A Return To Decoupling

  • To believe in decoupling you have to believe in a very simple idea: Despite all the bad that can happen in a downward or sideways cycle, there's always a bull market somewhere.

    A Return To Decoupling

  • Yet these policies are sometimes decoupled from actual enforcement, and such decoupling is more likely in politically conservative districts.

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  • Whilst America's economy sinks, the Rusian Chinese Indian economies continue to grow Europes economy has stabilised, the once poweful engine of the worlds economy is sputtering to a halt the rest of the world is rapidly decoupling from the USA. and continues its upward march.

    More than three-quarters rate economic conditions poor

  • Dubs, using 1D NOE and spin decoupling experiments.

    Kurt Wüthrich - Autobiography

  • At the beginning of the financial downturn it was thought that so-called "decoupling" - a lack of economic links between the global South and the industrialised world - might protect developing countries.

    The Full Feed from

  • Though the positive news wasn't enough to fully boost the Cable it did keep the USD/GBP above the psychological 1.42 level and could be telegraphing an overall shift in sentiment toward the GBP over the EUR for a longer term decoupling of the two economies.

  • That was "decoupling" -- the idea that a U.S. slowdown would have little effect on the rest of the world.

    Rio board might rack up points

  • There was even heady talk of "decoupling" -- the prospect that Europe could thrive even if America did not.

    Stop Making Excuses

  • That could include scrapping traditional rate-making proceedings for formula rates - which change automatically based on cost criteria set by regulators - and adopting "decoupling" - an approach that separates a utility's profit margins from its power sales.

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  • "Significantly, California adopted regulations so that utility company profits are not tied to how much electricity they sell. This is called 'decoupling.' It also allowed utilities to take a share of any energy savings they help consumers and businesses achieve."

    Salon, Why we never need to build another polluting power plant, by Joseph Romm, July 28, 2008

    July 29, 2008