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level

(Balance), noun aligned, equal, equal on a plane, even, exact, in the same plane, matched, of the same height, same, standard, straight, uniform

level

(Grade), noun advanced status, class, freshman, graduate, junior, program, senior, seniority, sophomore, status, underclassman, undergraduate, year, year of graduation, year of studies

level

(Plane), noun bank, deep slope, distance uppard, easy slope, elevation, equal, exact, flat, flat surface, flattened, flush, grade, gradient, inclination, incline, inclined plane, on a line, parallel, pitch, slope, steep slope
See also: adjust, balance, coequal, commensurable, destroy, efface, extirpate, obliterate, pillage, regulate, subvert
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We believe that fundamentals are continuing to deteriorate as the number of mutual fund accounts leveling off.
Now rates are rising and oil is expensive, but Shulman believes that strong capital spending and a leveling off in the decline of net exports could play a similar role in the coming economic shakeout.
Despite the continued slump in the Manhattan office market, the overall position of landlords has remained strong and asking rents are leveling off, according to the 3rd Quarter report issued by GVA Williams.
Zhang's team is the first to detect such a leveling off in the data from one X-ray source.
ABI Research sees fixed WiMAX sales hitting a peak in 2007 and then leveling off," says principal analyst Alan Varghese.
SANTA CLARITA - Skyrocketing housing prices in the Santa Clarita Valley showed little sign of leveling off in July, when sales hit a record median price of $580,000, figures released Thursday show.
Asking price reductions by New York City co-op and condo owners continued to increase during the fourth quarter, revealing a consistent leveling off of the market, according to Marilyn Harra Kaye, president of Prudential MLBKaye Realty, one of the city's leading residential brokerage firms.
The overall slowdown in gains reflects a leveling off of yields in some of the major cereal-producing countries, observes Agriculture Department agronomist Thomas R.