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die down

[′dī ‚dau̇n]
(botany)
Normal seasonal death of aboveground parts of herbaceous perennials.
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Showers will occur early most mornings until Sunday but will usually die down throughout the day, with warm spells afterwards.
Barrister Shahzad Akbar, who has been handling offshore corruption cases in the NAB for five years, said under the Swiss Penal Code, the reopening of the corruption cases would not be possible after September 2012 and would die down forever, reports The News.
Most reloaders assume that if they screw their full-length sizing die down against the shell holder, everything is correct.
I reckon all the hype will die down like everything does eventually.
Those splines contact lugs in the die body to lock the die down.