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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of plateau.

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Examples

  • But the success required to reach those plateaus is testament to his ability as a quarterback.

    Brady? Manning? Dead heat for title of 'NFL's best quarterback'

  • What he's actually showing is that short term plateaus, or even declines, can occur in a long-term upward trend, which is absolutely not news.

    RealClimate

  • What he's actually showing is that short term plateaus, or even declines, can occur in a long-term upward trend, which is absolutely not news.

    RealClimate

  • What he's actually showing is that short term plateaus, or even declines, can occur in a long-term upward trend, which is absolutely not news.

    RealClimate

  • What he's actually showing is that short term plateaus, or even declines, can occur in a long-term upward trend, which is absolutely not news.

    RealClimate

  • What he's actually showing is that short term plateaus, or even declines, can occur in a long-term upward trend, which is absolutely not news.

    RealClimate

  • What he's actually showing is that short term plateaus, or even declines, can occur in a long-term upward trend, which is absolutely not news.

    RealClimate

  • In the east, the increasing effect of the continental climate and the greater height of the plateaus are the principal factors separating this region from the adjacent region of montane steppe.

    Eastern Anatolian deciduous forests

  • Scattered over the plateaus are the ruins of many ancient stone pueblos, not unlike those previously described.

    Canyons of the Colorado

  • NB There have been previous 'plateaus' in oil production, this may prove to be another.

    Economist article on Peak Oil

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