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verb abate, becoming, blanch, bleach, blench, cease, cloud, decay, decline, decrease, degenerate, deteriorate, die, die out, dim, diminish, disappear, discolor, dissolve, drop off, ebb, etiolate, evaporate, fail, faint, falloff, flag, flicker, grow dimmer, grow duller, languish, lessen, let up, lose brightness, lose luster, neutralize, pale, perish, reduce, sag, shrivel, sink, slacken, subside, taper off, tarnish, tone down, turn colorless, turn dull, vanish, wane, wash out, waste away, weaken, wilt, wither
See also: decay, depart, disappear, dissipate, languish, perish, tarnish
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There is a demand for tools to make VR feasible, which is why they are interested in using Fader.
Kraatz proposed 4K to Fader and the response was iffy.
Amanda Nickles Fader, MD: Like most gynecologic oncologists, I primarily treat women with cancers of the uterus, ovary, cervix, and vulva.
Originally, Hey Now, Morris Fader started as a two-piece band with Milgate and Sacco.
A lot of people from LA like the Village," said Fader, who herself lived in Greenwich Village while studying for a sociology Masters at NYU.
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Already creating a stir among music press in the UK and now in the US, Wolf Gang are well on the road to success - already being hyped by some of the best around including Spin, Fader and Pitchfork whilst in the UK he's had high-accolades from The Guardian, The Times and NME.
Fader conducted fieldwork in Boro Park, Brooklyn, observing Hasidic women and girls at home, school, and informal education classes.
Fader, of the division of gynecologic oncology at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, and her colleagues performed a retrospective review of patients with early-stage endometrial cancer treated with TLH or LAVH between 1998 and 2006 at two academic facilities.
The response to their first product - a miniaturized motorised fader - is enthusiastic.
Such mortgages "are not a particularly attractive product," says Fader.
It closely resembles the problem faced by a typical grocery shopper who plans to purchase a certain list of items," comments Peter Fader, a professor of marketing at Wharton.