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FROM SURGE TO SLUMP -- Yes, the daily price trend (above) is definitely downward.
Summary: The latest figures show job vacancies in the City of London fell by eight per cent in 2011, revealing a "marked slump" in new posts.
If the metal size distribution or material quality does not meet international standards, that could be the root cause of stencil blockage problems, but also the reason for paste slump (FIGURE 1).
when you slump, defeated, even in a straight-back chair,
The automated slump management ensures that concrete will always arrive at the job site within the target slump rate.
The trading slump also hurt valuations, with Dubai's index dropping 9.6 percent in 2010, the worst performing Gulf Arab benchmark.
No wonder some producers report a slump in their life insurance sales results.
And his slump continued in Sheffield, on the final day of qualifying event, as he tripped up 10-5 against Northern Irish opponent Greene.
2 : [sup.2]slouch <Don't slump when you walk.>
IMPACT OF ROOT SYSTEMS FORMITIGATING SLUMP. Charlotte Mae C.
IRELAND'S fine art auctioneers are asking the question: Slump?