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Once the winds die down a bit, we can go forward,'' National Aeronautics and Space Administration spokesman Alan Brown said.
One exception is to leave the foliage on bulbs to die down as completely as possible.
Rodriguez seems to think all the hoopla over his contract will eventually die down.
Santa Ana winds scorched the Southland on Friday with gusts as high as 50 mph, but this latest round of devil winds was expected to die down by Halloween, forecasters said.
Phyllis Mitchell, who lives two blocks from the Edgemont house, was one of many who said they believe the hoopla will die down quickly if the Clintons move in.
But the gap it once held over the rest of the world has closed considerably as sexual stereotypes have begun to slowly die down and female soccer is receiving the support it needs in other traditionally male-dominated societies.