dwindle


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become smaller or lose substance

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Nonetheless, audiences--yet to be state-mandated--have continued to dwindle, and now France's directors want protection from bad reviews.
The late Professor Kruft's lofty perspective over two millennia of architectural theorizing, originally published in German in 1985 and now translated into elegantly lucid English, makes such squabbles over precedence dwindle to insignificance.
The diocese, which once enjoyed a robust membership, has seen its numbers dwindle from a high of 100,000 to 20,000.
The dwindling flock that is Catholic-ism is likely to only dwindle further with attitudes like this.
Growth in service-producing jobs has come to a halt, but goods producing jobs continue to dwindle.
Steve Rocco, Rodney Mullen, Dwindle, the Hill Brothers, Globe, DC, Quiksilver, Nike, Hubba, Cubic, and Zorlac have been discussed as potentially being close to the messy melee.
(Palestinian Christians make up about 3 per cent of the population in Israel's occupied territories, and there is fear that the holy sites of Christianity will become nothing more than museums if numbers dwindle further.)
In other Dwindle news, Windsor James has split with Darkstar and was required to turn in his medallion.