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to become lower in quality, character, or condition

to become or cause to become rotten or unsound

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Whether it's deteriorating pipeline walls, sub-sea applications, or applications that are extremely hazardous, we have been there before and can usually provide multiple ways to solve the problem.
Optobionics is a private, medical device company focused on developing and commercializing innovative neuro-stimulation therapies to restore function and quality of life for people who are vision impaired and/or deteriorating toward blindness due to retinal degeneration.
A Fed rate cut will help undergird a deteriorating global economic situation.
The most heavily used documents are deteriorating rapidly.
Today's decision restricts the ability of communities in Ohio in their efforts to address deteriorating conditions," said APA Executive Director and CEO, Paul Farmer, FAICP.
Tom Swann says he lost use of his left eye due to the negligence of two doctors who failed to promptly diagnose his deteriorating vision, a complication of AIDS.
The first Uribe administration moved to contain deteriorating public debt dynamics with a pension reform and a temporary asset tax.
With dozens of the city's 40- and 50-year-old homes visibly deteriorating, Thousand Oaks officials are looking to expand rehabilitation programs into older neighborhoods to make houses safer and more attractive.
1 billion for levee repair and flood control programs to shore up the state's deteriorating levee system in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
Other problems - such as deteriorating freeways and bridges that are not quake-proof - extend beyond the city limits and are regional issues.
Deteriorating economic conditions and the flight of foreign portfolio investment are expected to push the exchange rate and the equity market lower in 2005.
Though the banner is not crumbling, it is in the slow, inexorable and inevitable process of deteriorating ``unless you slow down the atoms' molecular motion - and you can't do that,'' Thomassen-Krauss said.
But many Western diplomats, business executives, academic experts and visitors to the country say there are growing signs that the economy is deteriorating.
The removal of the deteriorating timber piers and dry docks in a controlled manner eliminates the threat of damage to both recreation and commercial commuter and commercial petroleum product vessels.
The ratings reflect the good current and prospective risk-adjusted capitalisation and improved investment returns, which are offset by deteriorating technical results and continuing high reliance on premiums ceded by Polskie Towarzystwo Ubezpieczen S.