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level

(Balance), noun aligned, equal, equal on a plane, even, exact, in the same plane, matched, of the same height, same, standard, straight, uniform

level

(Grade), noun advanced status, class, freshman, graduate, junior, program, senior, seniority, sophomore, status, underclassman, undergraduate, year, year of graduation, year of studies

level

(Plane), noun bank, deep slope, distance uppard, easy slope, elevation, equal, exact, flat, flat surface, flattened, flush, grade, gradient, inclination, incline, inclined plane, on a line, parallel, pitch, slope, steep slope
See also: adjust, balance, coequal, commensurable, destroy, efface, extirpate, obliterate, pillage, regulate, subvert
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Economic and fiscal policy minister Heizo Takenaka said in a news conference he expects the economy to pick up ''in the near future,'' following the current leveling off.
"IT budgets are not simply declining or leveling off," said Howard Rubin, senior vice president at Meta Group.
It's just the latest, negative version of the economy from the same people who predicted Argentina would spiral into hyperinflation, which it didn't; of that the recovery was just an Indian summer, which it wasn't; or that we're now heading into a leveling off period, which we're not.
Of interest is that the leveling off of the incidence of NHL during the 1990s has also occurred in countries other than Sweden.
A fluctuating lumber market is leveling off but, for those close to it, it has been a real roller coaster ride.
But, they say, the decline may be leveling off and that the number of deaths is still too large.
This seems daunting compared with only 3,338 in all of 2002; however, Rene Mercier, spokesman for the Canadian immigration service says the numbers have been leveling off in the last two weeks.
He then covers the entire history of the monopoly by AA of addiction care--from the organization's origin in 1935, through its heyday in the 1970s and 1980s, to its leveling off in the mid- to iate-1990s, and the beginning decline in the present day.