from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See routh, routhie.


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  • Perhaps in their heyday around 2006-2007, they were overwhelmed with the explosive rowth, however it was reported that prior to the recent management shuffling, they had a 1000 employees?

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  • Goldman Sachs economists last week cut their second-quarter GDP g rowth estimate to 2%, for example, and expect further slowing to 1.5% in the second half of this year.

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  • The European Commissioner for Economic Affairs said the governments of both Spain and Portugal may need to take additional deficit cutting measures if g rowth next year came below expectations.

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  • Mr. Arkhom said the fourth quarter will be weighed by the floods ' impact but that strong seasonal export growth and higher agricultural product prices may offset the adverse effect and could even drive g rowth, both on year and on quarter, into positive territory.

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  • The Brookfield group, which includes General G rowth investors Pershing Square Capital Management LP and Fairholme Capital Management, proposed in early April to provide General Growth with $6.5 billion to pay its unsecured debts in exchange for two-thirds of the company's stock when it exits bankruptcy.

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  • "[G] rowth has come largely on the back of dramatic take-up of broadband offerings by small businesses, which alone accounted for half of the growth in the market," World Wide Worx head Arthur Goldstuck said in a statement.

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  • A recovery comparable with the rowth rates recorded over the period 1994 to 1996 was not expected until the second half of next year.

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  • I let thim grow solid, the luxuriant and becoming gr-rowth ye're admiring this very minute ....

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  • He will have nothing about him but the flying plover that is so heart-breaking in its piping at the grey of morn, for him must the night be a dreariness no rowth of cruisie or candle may mitigate.

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  • Thus we were stumbling on, very weary, very hungry, the man with the want in a constant wail, and Sonachan lamenting for suppers he had been saucy over in days of rowth and plenty, when a light oozed out of the grey-dark ahead of us, in the last place in the world one would look for any such sign of humanity.

    John Splendid The Tale of a Poor Gentleman, and the Little Wars of Lorn


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