languish

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For 55 years after Exupery's final disappearance on a reconnaissance flight over southern France in 1945, a scant year after the publication of The Little Prince, Consuelo's manuscript languished in a trunk along with other memorabilia.
But for decades, the world's most populous nation languished economically.
If the market languished, and especially if it declined, then the expectation of a Fed Funds decline might well be borne out.
Many of the paintings languished in museum storage; others were tracked to private collections throughout the U.
Which could explain why the film languished off-screen for the past year while Hollywood execs bandied it about like a hot potato.
As the Inquisitional tribunal functioned at an interminable slow pace, Fray Luis languished in the prison of the Holy Office for nearly five years until he was finally forced to retract several of his statements.
In the meantime, fixed-lines languished at around 40,000 subscribers.
A new scientific era may have dawned for light therapy, a potential depression fighter that has languished in the shadows of anti-depressant medication and psychotherapy for the past 20 years.
THE emotionalism surrounding the right to die reached a fever pitch as Congress, the president and virtually every media outlet weighed in on the case of Terri Schiavo, the Florida woman who languished in a persistent vegetative state for 15 years.
At the end of the first quarter of the new year, we find that rental rates are beginning to climb, and the better spaces are leasing quickly--even if they had languished previously.
Burns endured a woeful morning and languished in 11th before slightly improved displays on stages nine and 10 moved him to ninth and within one place of the points for Peugeot.
There they languished under dehumanizing conditions for almost 15 years.