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  • v. Present participle of stagnate.

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Examples

  • The company also hopes to revive what it describes as the stagnating carbonates market with one of its own in-house "sparkling premium" product concepts after a survey identified a high level of consumer acceptance for premium carbonates.

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  • But the evidence suggests that the main reason our rate of degree-attainment has been stagnating is that too few people who start college end up finishing college.

    Matthew Yglesias » Meeting Obama’s College Attainment Goals

  • Liberal commentators frequently cite declining union memberships as a contributing factor, even driving factor, in stagnating wages (i tend to think it is the rapid increase of per-capita health care costs and skills based technological changes, but anyways).

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  • Earth was stagnating from a lack of resources, from corrupt governments that stayed in power by keeping their people in ignorance and poverty, and by the established power structures that stifled the creative technologies that could solve the planet's problems.

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  • Sellers offered extra incentives to buy in stagnating home market.

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  • According to the spokesman, who asked not to be named, senior clerks were "stagnating" because of too few promotional posts.

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  • Far from "stagnating", non-farm production has grown faster in Saskatchewan since 1944 than in any other province except Alberta and more than twice the national average.

    Eighteen Years of C.C.F. Accomplishment in Saskatchewan

  • Andreas Schleicher, from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, which published the report, said it was more a case of the UK "stagnating" while other countries improved their performance.

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  • House prices are 'stagnating' and seem likely to fall over the next few months, according to the Nationwide building society.

    Supply-demand imbalance in property investment causes a flat market - RL news

  • In January, it warned that research and development funding in the EU was "stagnating"

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