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become smaller or lose substance

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Stands have shut & crowds dwindled Half-empty stadiums are no fun for fans
BEIRUT: Electricity supplies that have dwindled to eight hours a day prompted residents of two towns in Iqlim al-Kharroub to take to the streets Friday in protest.
She said that the effects of the dwindled support would appear urgently, many of them could be of serious implications.
The 131 scholars' service, which ran from Brunswick Gardens, in Wideopen, North Tyneside, to St Cuthbert's High School, in Fenham, Newcastle, was cancelled after the number of passengers dwindled.
Meanwhile, my associate had learned that the Buffalo chicken, too, had dwindled to nothing.
Over the past few years, industrial space on Long Island has dwindled to nearly non-existent levels," said Mr.
NORTHRIDGE -- Dozens of donors turned out Thursday at Northridge Hospital Medical Center for a much-needed blood drive that will help supplement local supplies that have dwindled to alarmingly low levels this summer.
The citronella effect dwindled gradually and disappeared by 8 months, Wong and his team report in an upcoming Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
A survey conducted in 1980 estimated the wild panda population had dwindled to a mere 1,000.
In succeeding years, the colony dwindled and was replaced by military forces.
Previous decades produced an abundance of people working in the industry; however, that number has dwindled in recent years.
Subsequently, the university said federal funding dwindled to US$500,000 for 2004 from $10 million in 1991.
While NPE '91 had around 26 big-name resin companies, they dwindled to about 22 at NPE 2000 and barely 16 this year.
In the 1990s, Stockholm's traffic congestion increased and housing needs rose, producing an array of air and water pollution problems, all while the national and municipal economy was deteriorating, and usable land dwindled.
99 billion yen as income tax levied on maturing long-term postal savings dwindled, the Finance Ministry said in a report Friday.