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made less in size or amount or degree

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Comparing the first seven months of 2016 with the same period in 2015, the volume of Hong Kong's re-exports of goods decreased by 1.
On the Abu Dhabi market, Reidin said the residential property price index for all residentials decreased by 0.
For the three months ended March 31, 2013, deposit balances decreased by USD8.
All violent crime offense estimates decreased in 2009 when compared with the 2008 estimates.
Decreased labor costs by cutting administrative and maintenance requirements.
When asked about enrollment of boys in their programs, 42 percent said they had increased while 22 percent had decreased.
Early adaptation of thyrotropin and thyroglobulin secretion to experimentally decreased iodide supply in man.
This decrease in flowability results in decreased core density and reduced tensile strength.
Nickerson HJ, htolubets M, Tripp: Decreased iron stores in high school female runners.
A national telephone survey of adults has shown that the odds of supporting the quarantine of people with AIDS decreased by 15% per year between 1991 and 1999.
In the 15-50,000-SF property size range, sales volume decreased from six transactions in 2000 to two transactions in 2001.
Despite an increase in the production of appliances, the output of consumer durable goods other than automotive products decreased 0.
When the temperature is decreased to, say, -65[degrees]F, the dynamic modulus and isolator stiffness increases, increasing the isolator natural frequency.
According to the CMHC office in Thunder Bay, home sales in the city decreased 8.