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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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But capitalism has only one natural tendency: stagnation. Like all tendencies, it is possible to overcome by means of stimuli.
The reason for stagnation includes use of inappropriate 1st generation, rather than 4th Generation BT technology; absence of quality seeds; lack of solution to CLCV problem; low quality of ginning; and Pakistan's cotton being considerably contaminated.
After a year of stagnation, domestic savings rose by 5.3% in 2017, but this reflected a slight decrease in the savings rate, which went down from one year to the next from 9.4% to 9.2% of the GNDI, "says the annual report of the Central Bank of Tunisia (BCT) for the year 2017.
THE CONCEPT OF AIR STAGNATION. Emissions from a particular area do not normally change much over a short period, but local meteorological patterns can strongly affect the accumulation, removal, and transport of air pollutants (Tai et al.
Qi stagnation occurs when the body's ability to regulate qi and blood circulation is impaired.
Although secular stagnation became a meme five years after the 2008 financial crisis, the term itself is much older.
Stagnation is the fifth stage of the life cycle before a resort reaches a decline or rejuvenation.
Rumination, as a general mediator of the relationship between many vulnerability factors and depression [21, 22], may be a plausible candidate for a mediator of the association between qi stagnation constitution and depression.
stagnation" there increase of lower-contract by hire than Adzuna.
Summary: Palm HillsEe' 2Q16 results show stagnation in gross sales (partially due to Ramadan) and a surge in cancellations, but on the other hand strong deliveries.
"An athlete can benefit from cupping because it moves blood stagnation in the muscle layer.
"Prolonged stagnation, cultural upheavals and policy failures are combining to shake the balance between democratic legitimacy and global order," Wolf concludes, and he urges "imaginative and ambitious ideas aimed at re-establishing ...