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to become or cause to become less active or intense

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wear off or die down

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sink to a lower level or form a depression

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sink down or precipitate

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descend into or as if into some soft substance or place

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Though in certain circumstances these gentlemen bellow their loudest like bulls, though this, let us suppose, does them the greatest credit, yet, as I have said already, confronted with the impossible they subside at once.
I was quite cool, but he gave way to the most violent indignation; I may therefore expect it will the sooner subside, and perhaps his may be vanished for ever, while mine will be found still fresh and implacable.
It had grown so dark that one could not distinguish the uniforms ten paces off, and the firing had begun to subside.
And as soon as these words were uttered, both he and she felt that it was over, that what was to have been said would not be said; and their emotion, which had up to then been continually growing more intense, began to subside.
Psychological scientist Leonard Epstein at University of Buffalo sought to determine the persuasiveness of sin taxes and subsides in the laboratory.
EUROS PER TONNE 01/01/06 01/01/07 CHANGE Bulk butter 1380 1030 -25% Export subsides Skim milk powder 310 0 -100% Export subsides Whole milk powder 500 210 -58% Export subsides Cheddar 563 435 -23% Export subsides Butter 390 192.
The land naturally sinks, or subsides, as loose sediments from the Mississippi River settle and compact.
Livingston, expected to back up Sam Cassell at point guard, was advised to limit all basketball-related activity until the irritation subsides.
In mild or moderate cases, signs and symptoms subside alter the fever subsides, but in severe cases the patient's condition suddenly deteriorates, body temperature decreases, and the circulatory system begins to fail.
And when a threat subsides, it can relax its posture without manual reconfiguration.
Thirteen of the round three Cornerstone sites proposed funding from HDC programs: HDC's New Housing Opportunities Program (New HOP), an initiative designed to meet the affordable housing needs of middle income New Yorkers; HDC's Tax Exempt 80/20 Program, which creates affordable housing for low-income tenants in some of the most desirable locations in the City; and HDC's Low-Income Affordable Marketplace Program (LAMP), which combines the use of tax exempt bond financing with Federal Low Income Housing Tax Credits and other subsides to produce housing affordable to those earning less than 60% of area median income.
The one thing in our favour is that at Huntingdon the water subsides as quickly as it comes, so we're going to have to wait and see what happens when the levels peak and how quickly they subside afterwards.
The one thing in our favour is that at Huntingdon the water subsides as quickly as it comes so we're going to have to wait and see what happens when the levels peak and how quickly they subside afterwards.
By the time the debate subsides and the information campaign ends, millions of words will have been written and spoken about the global business credential--more than 12,000 of them in this insert alone.
Repeat this cycle for 24-72 hours while awake, or until the swelling subsides.