61 examples of Abated in a sentence
The noise in my head
If you look in areas where these salts are completely available, the price is low or zero, these deaths still continue
The pollution has
During the final battle with the Fire spewing serpent, Beowulf was losing, but one of his companions remembered his duty and where others deserted Beowulf, Wiglaf returned to stand by his dying lord, shielding him and dealing a stroke that
the Serpent's fire, enabling Beowulf to deal the death stroke to the serpent with his battle knife.
China’s Hidden DemocratizationSHANGHAI – Since Xi Jinping was anointed as China’s new president, reports of official repression of dissent have hardly
It will cost much less to recapitalize the banks after the crisis has
and both government bonds and bank shares have returned to more normal levels.
When the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991, the end of reliable trade and financial backing threw the Cuban economy into a severe recession, which
only after the government relaxed some restrictions on private enterprise.
For the US public, the 444-day ordeal of the US embassy staff held hostage by radical Iranian students constituted a psychological shock that has still not
And with the financial storm having largely abated, Germany lacks new opportunities to demonstrate its political clout, both within and outside the eurozone.
According to some opinion polls, while those who voted for Brexit stand by their decision, anti-European Union sentiment has waned, and the will to leave the EU has
Today, the international public has been lulled into believing that Greece’s refugee crisis has
Since September 11 th , the guochi revival has
Thanks to these measures, and ECB President Mario Draghi’s vow, which Germany tacitly approved, to do “whatever it takes” to save the euro, the financial storm
Although rules on shadow-banking have yet to be formulated, another problem exposed by the crisis has abated: America’s external deficit has shrunk to a much more manageable 2-3% of GDP, accompanied by drops in the surpluses run by Japan and China.
As public anxiety has abated, and senior officials have felt less pressure to show that they are doing something, the most flagrant abuses have declined.
Prices of commodities – oil, energy, and minerals – have soared; corporate credit spreads (the difference between the yield of corporate and government bonds) have narrowed dramatically, as government-bond yields have increased sharply; volatility (the “fear gauge”) has fallen; and the dollar has weakened, as demand for safe dollar assets has
Gridlock has abated, and you can almost get around the city by car these days.
But, as a 2013 Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) report makes clear, the fiscal stimulus was not always withdrawn in time when the crisis abated, so the fiscal position across the region today is weaker than it was in 2007.
But, while concern about terrorism is greater, and immigration restrictions are tighter, the hysteria of the early days after 9/11 has
The Politics of ValuesThe debate about the American elections has still not
After the successful revolts in Cairo and Tunis, the slanders
With inflation abated, monetary policy is free to reduce the cost of capital and renew the consumer spending spree as well as financial stability.
It could inject international liquidity through the creation and allocation of SDRs, and withdraw them when the crisis
Let a Thousand Capitalisms BloomCAMBRIDGE: The global financial crisis that recently brought the world economy to its knees appears to have
Globally, incomes grew briskly; inflation abated; and stock markets boomed.
A global lender of last resort in dollars that is bigger and faster than the IMF?Europe’s financial crisis
when European Central Bank president Mario Draghi vowed to do “whatever it takes” to save the euro.
Now that internet fever has abated, we hear that the “fundamentals” are reasserting themselves.
Competitiveness gaps between eurozone members have diminished, and external imbalances within it have abated, but largely thanks to the compression of domestic demand in Southern Europe; saving flows from North to South have not resumed.
Already, labor and student demonstrations have abated, owing to a security-services clampdown and a lack of support from other segments of society.
throughout the developed world.