39 examples of Abate in a sentence
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Now what might this entire region look like if in fact we focus on other lines on the map besides borders, when the insecurities might
Extremism based on a perversion of Islam shows no sign of abating; indeed, it will not
until it is taken on religiously, as well as by security measures.
Done properly, protecting rain forests is a cost-effective method both to
climate change and to provide sustainable livelihoods for many millions of people now living in rural poverty.
Labor-market chaos will not
until governments and companies address a formidable set of issues involving education, opportunities for the young and the elderly, the virtues and challenges of immigration, and the aspirations of women.
The extreme weather confronting Asia is not expected to
Pressure on companies to cut costs would not
if West-East integration is delayed.
Turmoil in bond markets began to
The paroxysm of media flagellation will soon abate, but the excitement with which the public followed the IPL will not return.
Until then, it seems well worth pursuing efforts that would help to
That depends on when you think the financial crisis will abate, and the timing of that is as hard to predict as exchange rates.
Corruption will abate, and the rule of law take hold, only when the West holds Russia to global standards.
For those looking back in 2028, the decade starting in 2018 will be remembered as one when European politicians began to waive and
the Target claims through north-to-south fiscal transfers.
That will be a matter of opinion until the recession begins to abate; the truth is that we don’t yet know whether this crisis will be a snowball that grows layer by layer or an avalanche that sweeps away entire industries.
It took between five and ten years for this effect to
This fundamental debate is not about to
Nevertheless, the crisis should
somewhat, because the most risk-averse institutions have by now sold their holdings of peripheral countries’ sovereign debt.
The question for 2012 is whether those tensions will
or reach a new climax.
The mayhem began to
only when Gbagbo was removed from power and taken prisoner after French and UN ground troops, armored vehicles, and helicopters bombarded the presidential palace where he was guarded by forces that remained loyal to him.
It is hard to know whether violence will
once the likes of Trump, Johnson, Modi, and Bolsonaro are gone.
This dynamic is unlikely to
anytime soon and will be mutually reinforcing, meaning that one plus one plus one adds up to more than three.
Questions related to privacy and the commodification of data will not
anytime soon, and they must be answered.
He was sensibly moved with this; so he sat down again, and said a great many kind things to me, to
the excess of my passion, but still urged the necessity of what he had proposed; all the while insisting, that if I did refuse, he would notwithstanding provide for me; but letting me plainly see that he would decline me in the main point--nay, even as a mistress; making it a point of honour not to lie with the woman that, for aught he knew, might come to be his brother's wife.
To all which his master said in reply, "I wish I had breath enough to speak somewhat easily, and that the pain I feel on this side would
so as to let me explain to thee, Panza, the mistake thou makest.
And when he was knocked down (which happened upon the average every third round), it was the most invigorating sight that can possibly be imagined, to behold him gather up his hat, gloves, and handkerchief, with a glowing countenance, and resume his station in the rank, with an ardour and enthusiasm that nothing Could
"This evening, then," said Pencroft, "we will all meet out there.""This evening, at ten o'clock," replied Captain Harding; "and Heaven grant that the storm does not
before our departure."
No! the storm did not abate, and neither Jonathan Forster nor his companions dreamed of confronting it in that frail car.
Further, he ought to entertain the people with festivals and spectacles at convenient seasons of the year; and as every city is divided into guilds or into societies, he ought to hold such bodies in esteem, and associate with them sometimes, and show himself an example of courtesy and liberality; nevertheless, always maintaining the majesty of his rank, for this he must never consent to
These were calculated in some degree to
the dangers of the day; a precaution the more necessary, as the conflict was to be maintained with sharp swords and pointed lances.
Thou art the captive of my bow and spear--subject to my will by the laws of all nations; nor will I
an inch of my right, or abstain from taking by violence what thou refusest to entreaty or necessity."