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downscale

To resize lower or convert down. See scale, downsample and downconvert.
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2004) to downscale monthly projections from 112 GCM simulations to a 1/8[degrees] spatial resolution across the conterminous United States (plus small portions of Canada and Mexico).
Pictures of pathetic flora in planters made from inside-out tires (a staple of upstate downscale yards), and melancholy images of abandoned-looking basketball hoops suggest a region cut off from the surging economic mainstream.
By temperament Gia is ill-suited to scale these heights; street-tough and love-starved, she brings to mind the remark of the butler -- played by John Gielgud -- to the distinctly downscale Liza Minnelli in Arthur: "One generally meets women of your sort in bowling alleys.
Re: The President and Downscale America--the Primary Challenge for 1996
JIT and zero-defect manufacturing are not only changing auxiliary equipment buying habits; they are leading some companies to downscale their engineering staffs, forcing processors to rely more on vendors to recommend the auxiliaries best suited for an application.
But nineties-style downscale chic differs in a few key ways from its predecessors.