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Synonyms for slump

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to go from a more erect posture to a less erect posture

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to take on or move with an awkward, slovenly posture

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to undergo a sharp, rapid descent in value or price

a period of decreased business activity and high unemployment

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a noticeable deterioration in performance or quality

a long-term economic state characterized by unemployment and low prices and low levels of trade and investment

assume a drooping posture or carriage

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fall or sink heavily

fall heavily or suddenly

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go down in value

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Don't make these calls about you, your slump or a pity order.
A regression model was tested using the four CDS-II dimensions (locus of causality, stability, personal control, and external control) for the two performance outcomes (positive v negative) to predict slump susceptibility (frequency of prior unexplained slumps).
4 GRAB A GLASS: WHEN you've got a lot on it can be easy to forget to drink, but your afternoon slump might be caused by a lack of water, left.
Slump presently serves as a board member of the Georgia Clean Air Campaign and he holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University and an MBA from the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business.
However, the British climate prompts a slump in demand for convertibles as autumn approaches, leading to a significant reduction in used values during the winter months.
If the American housing market slumps, personal savings will rise and consumption will slow, depressing the demand for imports.
Real estate, in both residential and commercial markets, has been in a slump, says Timmins' real estate board president John Lawrence.
Analysts said profit taking following the Footsie's recent rally to a 14-month high had contributed to the slump.
scrap may have picked up, possibly because East Asian steel mills are also melting at a higher rate than they were during the prolonged slump.
Harvey Williams, RICS national and regional housing spokesman in Cov- entry and Warwick-shire, said: "We don't feel from the RICS figures - which take a broad approach from across the whole market place - that there is a serious risk of a slump in the property market in this area.
According to a new report by Frost & Sullivan studying the adhesives market in the different national and regional markets of Western Europe in seven categories, the basic cause of this slump is the world recession, characterized by price-cutting, thin profit margins, restructuring and rationalization within the companies.
But these factors turned negative in the 1980s and pushed agricultural profitability and land values into a slump.
Many think that the tremendous slump in economic integration that began in 1913, and which wasn't overcome until about 1975, demonstrates that technology overrides politics.
To the extent that rising oil prices lower consumer purchasing power and add another increment to business costs, they will assure a continued slump in demand.
Another points to slowed growth in primary markets: "The marine industry, for one, continues to be in a slump.