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  • We were in the upstairs library of his Earl's Court house, him standing at a tense tilt between stone hearth and oxblood couch, me in the window seat with a tumbler of forty-five-year-old Macallan and a Camel Filter, staring out at dark London's fast-falling snow.

    'The Last Werewolf'

  • The train drew alongside a platform lined with storm lanterns, sending out wavering pools of light into the fast-falling snow.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • A pause in buying and selling for a fast-falling stock is intended to give investors and traders a time-out to reassess the proper value and to stem a torrent of selling that drive s potential buyers out of the market.

    SEC May Extend Circuit Breakers

  • "Airlines are struggling to match capacity with fast-falling demand," Mr. Bisignani said.

    IATA Calls for Industry Change as Air-Cargo Traffic Slides 23%

  • But Europe's fast-falling inflation has put the bank under increasing criticism that it has been too slow to join its peers in bringing rates close to zero, exacerbating the euro zone's slowdown.

    Global Slump Seen Deepening

  • And during that entire time, he and Vice President Dick Cheney, have ignored the economy and the rising cost of oil, palling up with their buddies in Saudi Arabia and pursuing a war in Iraq that has directly impacted the rising cost of oil, the fast-falling American dollar, and the steadily-falling economy and the increasing isolation of American interests in the world.

    Ray Hanania: "Beyond Politics": Quick-Fix Bush Gives Us Short-Term Hope and Long Term Disaster

  • It is a story of unprecedented affluence in the developed world and fast-falling poverty levels in the developing world; of more people in more places enjoying more freedom than ever before....

    Thank You, and a gift

  • While the increase typically would stoke inflationary concerns, fast-falling prices are expected to lead core inflation markedly lower in coming months.

    Producer Prices Post a Record Decline

  • Given that new government spending or tax cuts will probably not be enough to compensate for fast-falling external demand, the most likely outcome (and way out) is for the currency to fall further through 2009.

    An Expensive Coup

  • Like Ford, GM is slashing production overall to try to stave off a revenue implosion from fast-falling U.S. sales of pickups and sport-utility vehicles, which generate a huge chunk of Ford and GM's revenue and profits.

    Ford Reels as Truck Sales Plunge

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