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stagnation

[stag′nā·shən]
(hydrology)
The condition of a body of water unstirred by a current or wave.
The condition of a glacier that has stopped flowing.
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Its report, Centres of Excellence - Strategies for Town Centre Prosperity, wants a White Paper for towns and cities to guide urban local authorities and help encourage business to help clear up stagnating town centres.
I do not know what the Minister is encouraged from when European Enlargement Commissioner Stefan Fule openly expressed concern that Macedonia is stagnating in many spheres, which were in a progressive phase before," said analyst Semi Mehmeti.
PROPERTY agents will assemble in Brighouse this weekend for an emergency summit to discuss the impact of falling house prices, stagnating sales and the credit crunch.
A WARNING is being given that the much trumpeted EU Objective One programme in North West Wales is in danger of stagnating.
Core industries like health, government, manufacturing, printing, publishing and commercial banking are stagnating.
Who's going to pay the gains tax -- the borrower who doesn't have any the money or the lender who doesn't feel responsible, is a big issue stagnating many workouts and foreclosure sales, said Jeff Stavin, CPA, Friedman Alpren & Green.