ever-diminishing love

ever-diminishing

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  • The senator called it "a new compact with our undemocratic partners," and it certainly beats the old formula of paying off Mr. Mubarak year after year for ever-diminishing returns.

    The Way Forward in Egypt

  • Over the years, I've measured the ever-diminishing me.

    Mel Walsh: Growing Down: What to Do About Height Loss

  • Lock Tavern, NW1, SunLCTo the ever-diminishing number of guys poncing about in the DJ booth with their Technics, cueing up their vinyl: your days are numbered.

    Clubs picks of the week

  • So every Saturday morning, I pulled the exchange rate up online, with the ever-diminishing hope for a turnaround.

    Five Stops on Line 2, Ch 1: Qalb elouz

  • Furthermore, the actions necessary to remove the squatters would take up an inordinate amount of ever-diminishing police resources and impose further demands on a criminal courts system already stretched to breaking point – particularly if, as reported in the article, "the government's estimate of 20,000 squatters in the UK is likely to be a significant underestimate".

    Response: Criminalising squatting will merely make the problem worse

  • Maybe I'm becoming blasé about these gadgets because of the ever-diminishing stream of iPad help questions I receive on my tech support blog and maybe there are things Apple could introduce in a new iPad 3 that will blow my socks off and cause me to queue up for the hardware upgrade.

    Dave Taylor: Is the iPad 2 the End of the Tablet Line for Apple?

  • Maybe I'm becoming blasé about these gadgets because of the ever-diminishing stream of iPad help questions I receive on my tech support blog and maybe there are things Apple could introduce in a new iPad 3 that will blow my socks off and cause me to queue up for the hardware upgrade.

    Dave Taylor: Is the iPad 2 the End of the Tablet Line for Apple?

  • The "voucher" would force people to use government chits of ever-diminishing value to purchase private health insurance on the open market, while spending caps and benefit changes would place an ever-increasing financial burden on already strained household budgets.

    Richard (RJ) Eskow: "Entitlement Reform" Is a Euphemism For Letting Old People Get Sick and Die

  • With oil companies trying to maximize production from ever-diminishing resources, firms that help them do so should have strong growth prospects.

    Topaz's Trickily Timed IPO

  • Instead of being shelved in the (ever-diminishing) SF&F section, it should have gone in the "literary stylings and/or epic poetry we're not entirely sure" section.

    Why I Stopped Reading: The Gone Away World

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