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easing

1. Removal of material to enable a piece to be fitted into an allotted space.
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When ready for the final stitching, stitch with the garment side up and the sleeve facing the needle plate, allowing the feed dogs to assist in easing in the fullness.
At the first meeting chaired by new Governor Haruhiko Kuroda, the nine-member Policy Board is likely to discuss the idea of integrating its two longer-dated bond-buying programs into one to make the central bank's monetary easing more transparent for the market and enhancing its economic impact.
3 percent, with the easing concentrated in durable goods industries.
Available data and surveys of the industrial sectors suggested low inflation and weak current activity, which, coupled with weak M3 money supply growth, contributed to lower economic growth forecasts and increased expectations for monetary easing in Germany.
Immediately after the meeting, open market operations were directed toward implementing the slight easing in the degree of reserve pressure that had been adopted by the Committee.
In the staff's judgment, the prospects for some easing of pressure on labor and other resources suggested that price inflation likely would moderate from its recently higher level.
The emergence of more favorable indications regarding the performance of the economy and the continued more rapid expansion of money and credit were seen as obviating the need to implement an easing in reserve conditions that had been contemplated as a strong possibility under the directive issued at the October 6 meeting.
At the end of October, however, a slight easing of reserve conditions was implemented; this action was taken in response to signs of a weaker-than-expected economic recovery and flagging consumer and business confidence.
These data, along with reports of anemic growth in monetary aggregates, further intensified expectations that more aggressive easing by the Federal Reserve lay ahead.
In the period immediately after the August 20 meeting, most other market interest rates rose slightly, reflecting in part the absence of an anticipated easing of monetary policy and data indicating that the expansion might be more robust than expected.
Federal funds traded at an average rate just below 6 percent until late April; the rate was under downward pressure at times from market expectations of some further easing in monetary policy and from unanticipated reserve surpluses.
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