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|1.||“Bakersfield is likely to slow down the installation of smart meters—not just in the United States but worldwide,” says Ahmad Faruqui of the Brattle Group, a consultancy.||1|
|2.||“The prison break will slow down the peace process,” said Mullah Noorul Aziz Agha, a Taliban member who recently decided to lay down his arms and work with the government.||1|
|3.||(Probably controller thermonuclear reaction) Hunger slowly stops being a problem. Piloted spaceship to Venus deploys.||1|
|4.||'That's true,' said Joe slowly.||1|
|5.||'There is a lot of uncertainty and the speed of a recovery is slow and next year even slower, ' said Shoji Muneoka, president of Nippon Steel Corp., Japan's largest steelmaker.||2|
|6.||'What you got there?' he asked in a slow Texan drawl.||1|
|7.||'When I first got on it I thought it would never work and at a slow speed it's almost impossible to keep upright.||1|
|8.||" Come on, the coast is clear! " he called to Miss Carter. She entered slowly, leaning warily round the side of the door.||1|
|9.||" God send us good news, " the father said, slowly tearing the envelope.||1|
|10.||" Introduction Chen Jiang, these bridal chamber exceed bid the heaviest can amount to ten times, "Mosquito is slow-witted inside long can be fumed dead " .||0|
|11.||" Our people and the Wilkes are different, " he went on slowly, fumbling for words.||1|
|12.||" You're as slow as molasses in January,'snapped Scarlett as Prissy opened the gate.||1|
|13.||"Asia is taking a breather, and the trade cycle is slowing, " echoed Frederic Neumann, regional economist at HSBC in Hong Kong.||1|
|14.||"By our Lady the Virgin, " he said slowly, "I will not rest from war against this evil man until he is lifeless as are they. By dawn I will have a plan to make an end of Isambart.||1|
|15.||"Chronic" leukemias have few or no blast cells. "Chronic lymphocytic leukemia" and "chronic myelogenous leukemia" usually progress slowly compared to acute leukemias.||1|
|16.||"Clearly, the labor market is improving, but at a very slow pace," said Omer Esiner, chief market strategist at Commonwealth Foreign Exchange in Washington.||1|
|17.||"Climate change is slow, but it is unstoppable" said Solomon, a researcher at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colo.||1|
|18.||"Copper producers in general have been slow off the mark in cutting production if you compare them with zinc or nickel producers, who have slashed quite aggressively," said Meir.||1|
|19.||"Howdy, pardner," he said in his slow Texan drawl.||1|
|20.||"I would not interpret the currently very flat yield curve as indicating a significant economic slowdown to come," Bernanke said in his first speech to Wall Street as head of the Fed in March 2006.||1|
|21.||"If growth is slowing, yields are likely to fall, so people want to lock in higher yields now," said Marc Chandler, senior currency strategist at Brown Brothers Harriman in New York.||1|
|22.||"In the slow light (with a group velocity slower than c " Du explained.||2|
|23.||"In the slow light (with a group velocity slower than c, " Du explained.||2|
|24.||"In the slow light (with a group velocity slower than c) case, the central part of the main wave packet follows the group velocity, " Du explained.||2|
|25.||"Middle man" jobs like car salesman and real estate agent will slowly be replaced by cheaper-to-use Web-based alternatives.||1|
|26.||"Our dream, which is slowly coming to fruition, is to have our wines linked to the country's image and tourism, just like regions like Tuscany or Piemonte boast of their wines, " he said.||1|
|27.||"Qiexi" is now slowly return to the original, lecherous men "appreciate" a woman's breasts up more opportunities.||1|
|28.||"Real estate was really slowing down," Firetag said. "I've always had an interest in macro-economics, financial markets and geopolitics.||1|
|29.||"Start slowly" is the key phrase for the first-time marathon runner.||1|
|30.||"Strangely, in slow motion replay, the ball seemed to hang in the air for even longer. " - DAVID ACFIELD.||1|
slower (comparative adjective) · slowest (superlative adjective)
- moving or operating, or designed to do so, only at a low speed; not quick or fast.
- (of a clock or watch) showing a time earlier than the correct time.
- not prompt to understand, think, or learn.
- uneventful and rather dull.
- (of a fire or oven) burning or giving off heat gently.
slower (comparative adverb) · slowest (superlative adverb)
- at a slow pace; slowly.
slows (third person present) · slowed (past tense) · slowed (past participle) · slowing (present participle)
- reduce one's speed or the speed of a vehicle or process.