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slow down or up

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  • slow down or up
  • slow
  • brake
  • go slower
  • put the brakes on
  • reduce speed
  • hit the brakes

slow

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  • slow
  • be checked
  • slacken (off)
  • be reined in
  • slow down or up

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Meanwhile, annual inflation in the National Capital Region decelerated further to 3.2 percent last March from 3.8 percent the previous month.
In February, core inflation decelerated to 9.7% yoy.
Specifically, mice that were fed a high fat diet along with the prebiotic supplement, oligofructose, demonstrated reduced systemic inflammation and decelerated cartilage degeneration after meniscal injury.
However, new order growth decelerated for the second month, while production decelerated for the third straight month.
Multifactor productivity growth decelerated by 1.0 percentage points from the 2000-2007 business cycle and the contribution of capital intensity decelerated by a half of a percentage point.
Output price growth decelerated to 51.2 points from 52.8 points in October.
GDP growth in Kazakhstan decelerated to 3.8% in Q1 2014, this conclusion is suggested in the new issue of the CIS Macromonitor published by Eurasian Development Bank's (EDB) Research Department.
The decelerated growth in NR production in the face of continued robust growth in NR consumption created a small deficit in the world NR market in the first quarter, reducing the world NR stocks to 2.8 million metric tons in March.
The researchers found that the flies accelerated when the wind was pushing them from behind and decelerated when flying into a headwind and eventually recovered to maintain their original groundspeed.
Wage growth decelerated marginally to 12.6% yoy after the previous estimate for January was downgraded to 12.9% as dissipating fiscal stimulus weighed on pay hikes in the public sector.
The Institute's director, Marje Josing, pointed out that in the past 20 years, the price growth in Estonia has been significantly slower than during the previous year in only a handful of years; the inflation rate in Estonia decelerated somewhat before the accession to the European Union, and in 2009 it was even negative.
The annual rate of food price inflation decelerated further to 1.6% during the first month of 2011 from 2.1% during the last month of 2010.
However due to the worsening external environment, GDP growth decelerated in the second half of the year, leading to an annual growth rate of 3.5 per cent, compared with 4.5 per cent in 2007.
Current receipts accelerated, and current expenditures decelerated.