recession

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a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

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the state of the economy declines

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the withdrawal of the clergy and choir from the chancel to the vestry at the end of a church service

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the act of ceding back

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the act of becoming more distant

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Acutely aware of the vulnerability of some African states to external shocks, the Bank swiftly convened a meeting of African finance ministers and central bank governors to assess the impact of the real economic crisis and swung into action.
Today we are faced with a real economic crisis that is leading us towards a social recession.
In Cyprus, for better or worse we have never experienced a real economic crisis," said Stavrakis "As long as things are ticking along there is no real incentive to implement radical changes.
economy and the real economic crisis that is still ahead.
John McCain's campaign may be scrambling to throw Gramm under the straight talk express bus, but they can't change the fact that Phil Gramm, John McCain and George Bush all offer the same failed, out of touch economic agenda that has left America's working families struggling to deal with a real economic crisis," said DNC spokeswoman Karen Finney.