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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of reinflate.


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  • Because of natural attrition, today's bloated human population bubble would not be reinflated at anything near the former pace.

    "No moon, no pale reflection."

  • FT Alphaville The AAA-rated bubble has reinflated, and sovereign debt has become "the major force driving the world's triple-A supply," reports the FT Alphaville blog.

    BEST OF THE REST: The AAA Bubble, Or The World's Most Important Chart

  • But record U.S. production in the first half of the year and a slow recovery in industrial demand have reinflated storage figures and erased all trace of the rally.

    Natural Gas Falls on Storage Glut

  • I cannot recall a single instance in history when the same bubble was reinflated twice in a row, but this is exactly what has happened to cyclical stocks: the pre-Great Recession bubble is being reinflated today.

    Vitaliy N. Katsenelson: Set the Bar High

  • Nor does there seem to be an immediate prospect of real income growth at the high levels seen in previous periods of UK economic recovery, such as the 1980s, unless the credit bubble is reinflated.

    Osborne's autumn statement shows a Britain worse than it was in the 1970s | Larry Elliott

  • Last season, it seemed like Bill was starting to admit that he doesn't know everything, but based on his insistence in this episode that he handle absolutely everything from the casino's business to Nikki's problems with her ex-husband, we can assume that his status in his new church has reinflated his ego.

    Mark Blankenship: Big Love Wife Watch!: Season Four, Ep. 1

  • The boy mumbled a few off-key words and the bed promptly reinflated.

    The Lives of Felix Gunderson

  • This Behemoth of greed is now out of control and Obama, and his bevy of Goldman Sach advisors, cannotavoid its top down headlong dash towards financial Armageddon ~ for the credit bubble that just burst cannot be reinflated by increasingly debt ridden, angryand destitute consumers.

    America's Top Down Approach Failing Miserably

  • The game is rigged people, and the hit job done on America by thegreedy pigson Wall Street and their institutionalized system of debt slavery is all that is left, and STILL the banksters on the street and the gangsters in D.C. are doint everything that they can to continue to bleed the silly and naive masses of asses by doing all that is possible to get the debt/consumerism bubble reinflated.

    Inviting the Sheep for Another Shearing

  • A big home-buyer tax credit, which would have cost $35 billion -- and which critics argued would have reinflated the housing bubble -- was ditched in favor of a more modest expansion of an existing tax credit.

    Buyout Firms Could Reap Windfall


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