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  • n. Plural form of downsizer.


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  • Its styling and practicality might also win over the "downsizers" who are so coveted in the market of late, as people look to leave behind more expensive saloons.

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  • Its location, combined with affordable prices and lower taxes compared with some neighboring areas, is a strong draw for young families and downsizers, as well as for those moving from New York or from other parts of New Jersey, brokers say.

    Verona's Small-Town Roots Prove a Draw

  • Many downsizers and seniors, KB's Mr. Ruffner says, don't want stairs at all.

    Blueprint for a New American Home

  • YDSTIE: Cascio says extreme downsizers are companies that cut their workforce by more than 20 percent.

    'Extreme Downsizing' May Hurt Companies Later

  • YDSTIE: Extreme downsizers do see an immediate boost in productivity as fewer workers do more.

    'Extreme Downsizing' May Hurt Companies Later

  • Many residents are empty nesters and downsizers from Scarsdale itself whose children and grandchildren live in the village, says sales manager

    Scarsdale, the Definition of a Leafy Suburb

  • Many manufacturing workers chain-sawed by downsizers have been able to find jobs in a buoyant service economy.

    The Lost Decade

  • Reich wants the president to take the corporate downsizers on directly.

    The Battle Of The Bobs

  • Nokia now plan to develop the platform and establish a common operating system and user interface and the operating system and user interface battle win be an interesting one as Nokia and the manufactures square up to the PC ‘downsizers’.

    Nokia Buys Symbian

  • The countryside might initially appeal but many downsizers find they also want a good choice of convenient local amenities.

    Downsizers and young professionals


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