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This too would die away, and a new generation of anarchic youngsters would go their own way, fed by pop music, TV, the monster of fashion and ultimately, computer games.
3%, as fears of the crisis spreading to other countries refused to die away.
Neil Mitchell, interim chairman of the Newcastle United Supporters' Trust (NUST), said: "I don't think any of the anger among the fans over issues like the name change will die away.
she hesitates slightly before slowly sinking into the word "Tod" (death) and then allows her sound to die away and be absorbed in the orchestral texture.
THE Government may simply feel that, one day, demands for projects like a high-speed rail link from the North East to London will simply die away.
Over time, this will cause the bracken to die away, allowing other woodland species to recover.