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  • n. Plural form of falloff.


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  • States can also increase the amount of money that their reserve accounts must hold during good economic times, which would both restrain the growth of government during the good times and provide a cushion against severe revenue falloffs in recessions.

    State Budget Bunk

  • Companies were able to avoid major production falloffs in the summer despite electricity shortages by switching operations to nonpeak hours and days.

    Tokyo Cuts View on Economy as Recovery Slows

  • Ross's courses are often stereotyped as having raised, crowned greens with falloffs to short-grassed chipping areas—true of Pinehurst No. 2—but his design portfolio is far more varied than that.

    A Classic Returns to Its Natural State

  • Even in Asian nations suffering big falloffs in other types of ad spending, like Japan, elections offer a rare bright spot.

    Politics Buoys Asia's Ad Industry

  • In the second quarter, McClatchy's ad revenue fell 30% from a year earlier, on par with the decline three months earlier, after several quarters of steeply worsening falloffs.

    McClatchy Net Rises on Cost Cuts

  • With falloffs in consumer spending and exports, gross domestic product declined at a 6.2% annual rate in the fourth quarter of 2008, according to a Commerce Department report Friday.

    Economy in Worst Fall Since '82

  • The Census data show that the biggest falloffs were in the worst housing markets.

    U.S. Migration Falls Sharply

  • Should they have been better prepared for falloffs?

    One Less Reason

  • But for many of these cities that experience such a rise, such a boom, during the housing, you know, boom, these cities still not giving back all those gains even though you're seeing dramatic, dramatic falloffs in prices.

    CNN Transcript Jul 29, 2008

  • We've had similar times of falloffs and starts and sales but not with the kind of national price declines.

    CNN Transcript Jun 28, 2008


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