dwindle


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become smaller or lose substance

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Palestinian Christians make up about 3 per cent of the population in Israel's occupied territories, and there is fear that the holy sites of Christianity will become nothing more than museums if numbers dwindle further.
Dogtown is now said to be linked tightly with Grind King, while Daewon Song, Rodney Mullen and Ryan Sheckler are believed to be negotiating a new company at Dwindle called Almost.
The colony can then dwindle away or the Cape bees can raise a new queen bee of their own to complete their conquest.
California-based NetworkAnatomy Joins Elite Unit to Provide Advanced Communications Support as Hopes Dwindle for Safe Rescue of Survivors in a Fire-Ravaged Patagonian Coal Mine
That surge in population peaked about 1970, then numbers began to dwindle again.
It is purposefully timed after the holiday season, when supplies tend to dwindle.
While recent news of layoffs and education budget cuts as the state juggles a fiscal crisis could dwindle teaching positions, that likely won't affect the Santa Clarita Valley, Ericson said.
The first quarter is our toughest time of year, and often, supplies can dwindle.
And if the Ducks flounder on a trip that includes stops at New York (Rangers and Islanders), Buffalo (with likely a healthy Dominik Hasek), and Philadelphia, those home crowds could dwindle even further.