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the act or process of becoming less active or intense

to move back or away from a point, limit, or mark

to become or cause to become less active or intense

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a gradual decline (in size or strength or power or number)

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the outward flow of the tide

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flow back or recede

hem in fish with stakes and nets so as to prevent them from going back into the sea with the ebb

fall away or decline

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This entire approach adds up to lower customer acquisition costs and our premium approach to customer service means more people who come to our site will buy, and they'll come back," says Ebbs.
James Lake, defending, said Ebbs was the victim of an assault and suffered a bloody nose and a black eye that night.
He said Ebbs was on a graduate training scheme and worked in London earning close to PS25,000.
Today, EBBs are moving voluntary into an important place in their portfolios, moving beyond simple buy-ups into the mainstream of voluntary sales.
In terms of per capita production, EBBs Rail classics, specialists and career agents by significant margins, but that is beginning to change.
Couples are usually willing to spend more on finding a great photographer and videographer because the pictures represent memories from that day," said Ebbs.
The cost for decorations can really vary depending on how glamorous or simple a couple want the arrangements to be," said Ebbs.
Appealing for help to find Mr Ebbs, Sgt Ian Dugdale, of Basingstoke police, Hants, said: We are concerned as this is out of character.
9 on the ebbs, reflecting the influence of runoff from both Ballona Creek and the marsh flats and surrounding bluffs.
coli, enterococci) were measured in the creek and throughout the wetland during different tidal flows (flood and ebb conditions), and amplitudes (neap vs.
If pushed too far everyone has a genetic low ebb which indicates tiredness or a lack of energy.
These two interventions were successful at increasing physical activity, but changes in EBBS scales differed by age and point in time measures were taken.
George Ebbs, president of Embry-Riddle, and Giovanni Pesce, rector of Santa Maria, establishes a joint committee to create specific aviation-related projects, including international fellowship programs and the transfer of education technology.
Austrian firm Ebbs and Radinger is already testing out the prototype units and if it likes what it sees, Newage believes more will follow.
GTS utilizes the strengths and tradition of Panhandle Eastern's top-rated LINK(R) EBB to provide interstate pipelines with transmission service scheduling, management and customer interface.