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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of falter.


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  • IMHO the only moment where it falters is where Number Six, The Kid and The Former Number Two are shooting down the bad guys to "All You Need Is Love" - I think that is in somewhat poor taste.

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  • And if the German economy falters, that is likely to make it even trickier for Angela Merkel to convince German taxpayers that they must dip deeper into their pockets to rescue the euro.

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  • View It » still, in this very same poll, obama's approval rating is up 3 points from a month ago. also very telling is the fact that even as obama "falters" the GOP's fortunes have not risen. when asked who we have confidence in to make decisions for america's future, obama is still the winner by a landslide, doubling up on the congressional repubs numbers (47-24) and when asked who is to blame for our economic woes, bush or obama, by nearly a whopping 2 to

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  • It is eternal wisdom, which means that while its holdings are changing all the time, its infinite reach never alters or falters.

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  • That peak was hit in 2008, after the recession officially started due to the usual lag between when the economy falters and when the weakness shows up in tax collections.

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  • She fares better in her action tutorials, and is even picking up French with a swift ear, but again when instructed to deliver a speech of any length, she falters and fails.

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  • "If investment demand falters, you would expect to see prices come off."

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  • Normally, buying a stock after it falters below its new issue price is not a good idea.

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  • Or, if the Egyptian economy falters, they will redirect that energy into grievance and blame-seeking, which in our time is a straight path to joining Islamic jihad against the West.

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  • Along with persistent increases in food prices, they have kept inflation the top priority for Chinese policy makers, even as domestic economic growth slows and the world economy falters.

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