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Synonyms for lull

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Synonyms for lull

a pause during which things are calm or activities are diminished

a period of calm weather

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become quiet or less intensive

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Comparing their analysis to the known ages of those basins, they determined no other features on Mars caused by large impacts could have formed during the lull.
Let these survey results not lull us to complacency,' he said.
ANSWER The October Lull is what many hunters perceive as a reduction in deer activity and movements during this month.
Syria's army announced late on Friday a "regime of calm", or lull in fighting, which applied to Damascus and some of its outskirts, and parts of northwestern coastal province Latakia.
Whether it's luck or strategy, if you want to navigate the October lull with success, you must first determine how much of the conventional "wisdom" about deer movement is backed up by tangible evidence.
The International Committee of the Red Cross said its staff took advantage of a lull on Friday to evacuate some of the wounded, including a woman who was eight months pregnant and four children.
If a day in April reaches 83 degrees and then the first week of June is in the upper 70s, do we say that there has been a lull in the coming of summer or even that summer might not be coming at all, that the whole thing might be a hoax, since it is getting cooler rather than warmer?
A lull in the sale of dollars by the central bank has pulled down the value of Nigeria's Naira.
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Colombo, May 5 -- February 2012'a exports earnings show our export lull in January to be only temporary.
Diplomats and intelligence analysts said the lull in CIA missile strikes, the longest in Pakistan in more than three years, is offering for now greater freedom of movement to an insurgency that had been splintered by in-fighting and battered by American drone attacks in recent months, The New York Times reports.
One of the British success stories of the show was 'chill-out' drink Lull, which attracted global interest.
A very nice and very now logo adorned a web page that up until now had only hosted the song Lull - which appeared on the Tasukete compilation.
UN peacekeeping chief Alain Le Roy said Gbagbo's forces had used a lull for peace talks to strengthen their position in the country's main city.