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Nabil Kukali, President of the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, said in a statement that the Palestinian public are anxious about the abduction of the three Israel teenagers and about the implications that would affect the economic situation, as the majority of the Palestinians, specifically (54 %), believe that the economic situation in the Palestinian territories --as a result thereof- will retrogress.
In the realm of sports and athletics, as well as physiological medicine, it is necessary to test physical functioning both to establish baseline performance and to ascertain progress and/or retrogress with respect to their training.
We are progressing here but without water we can easily retrogress," said SerVaas, who worries about projections that Indianapolis surface water use will exceed supply around the year 2017.
If they retrogress, they should be returned to the tutorial services.
If the data on which these conclusions are based is reasonably accurate, then the issue is not just why did China stagnate after 1200 or 1400 but why did it appear to first retrogress after the thirteenth century and then recover but still prove unable to go beyond the levels achieved in the eleventh century until well into the twentieth century?
But when living standards stagnate or decline, most societies make little if any progress toward any of these goals, and in all too many instances they plainly retrogress.
Therefore, as you contemplate this world, perceive it from the centre to the circumference and then the outskirts, and be aware of the reverse, lest you retrogress.
One may say that the primary target of the 1970s generation of Islamists was the "infidel ruler" who was denounced for having betrayed Islam, sold out to the West, and allowed society to retrogress to a pre-Islamic state of unbelief.
This "desire to retrogress to an originary state prior to birth is nothing more than a desire for a death that negates existence with finality" (Wada, 208).