28 examples of Abating in a sentence
After two years of rate increases, Australia's home price boom only recently shows signs of
Extremism based on a perversion of Islam shows no sign of abating; indeed, it will not abate until it is taken on religiously, as well as by security measures.
It needs to be an element in the solution to a conflict that shows little sign of
on its own.
And the trend is not abating, placing increasing pressure on already-strained political systems.
In West Africa or the Middle East, Central Asia or India, this, too, can contribute to
clashes over water.
Reversing Europe’s RenationalizationNEW YORK – Far from abating, the euro crisis has taken a turn for the worse in recent months.
Now that the crisis is abating, concerns about the SWFs and their behavior are returning.
But this figure is significantly down from its peak and, with capital outflows from China and elsewhere showing little signs of abating, is now trending lower.
The unprecedented demonstrations against Syria’s occupation of Lebanon following the assassination of its former prime minister, Rafiq al-Hariri, show no signs of
The threat of an all-out Sino-American trade war showed signs of
in May, when the two sides held talks and agreed to a deal that would reduce their multibillion-dollar trade imbalance.
The opioid crisis in the US shows no sign of abating, and a significant share of the heroin and fentanyl it consumes comes from Mexico, directly or in transit.
The Bankrupt Theology of Financial DeregulationGENEVA – Now that the global financial crisis is abating, it is time to take stock of our mistakes and ensure that they are not repeated.
Malaya and Sri Lanka: Communal Politics or Communal War?Sri Lanka's bitter war of terror - one that practically invented the infamy of the suicide bomber - had been showing signs of
Firms can readily compare their cost of
an extra ton of emissions with the cost of the allowance required if that ton is released into the atmosphere.
Americans have been angry for some time now, and their ire shows no sign of
In Jerusalem, religious violence is intensifying, while in parts of Iraq and Syria, sectarian warfare shows no signs of
As for the global – and fortunately now
– economic crisis, Brazil has shined throughout, recording a fast and strong recovery.
This process of talent agglomeration has accelerated in recent decades and shows no signs of
But, despite a patriarchal backlash, the movement shows no signs of abating: on January 1, in the Indian state of Kerala, an estimated five million women formed a human chain – or “women’s wall” – stretching nearly 400 miles across the length of the state, to demonstrate their commitment to the fight for gender equality.
Moreover, average fees for active funds across all investment strategies fell from about 1% in 2000 to 0.72% in 2017, a downward trend that shows no signs of
Taken together, they confirm that Donald Trump’s presidency has ushered in a period of escalating transatlantic tensions that show no signs of
The protests in Hong Kong, which show no sign of abating, are likewise the product of authoritarian overreach.
Despite all of this, China has shown no sign that its dam-building frenzy is
Since the Brexit referendum, the UK’s traditional party system has broken down, and the country has entered a full-blown culture war that shows no sign of
Were it otherwise than what I am going to say, I should not be backward to disclose it, as it is apparent I have done in other cases in this account; but I affirm, that through all this conversation,
the freedom of coming into the chamber when I or he was in bed, and
the necessary offices of attending him night and day when he was sick, there had not passed the least immodest word or action between us.
PICKWICK'S BENEVOLENCE PROVES STRONGER THAN HIS OBSTINACYJob Trotter,
nothing of his speed, ran up Holborn, sometimes in the middle of the road, sometimes on the pavement, sometimes in the gutter, as the chances of getting along varied with the press of men, women, children, and coaches, in each division of the thoroughfare, and, regardless of all obstacles stopped not for an instant until he reached the gate of Gray's Inn.
From the beginning of that day, the 24th of March, it showed symptoms of
About the twelfth day, the weather
a little, the master made an observation as well as he could, and found that he was in about eleven degrees north latitude, but that he was twenty-two degrees of longitude difference west from Cape St. Augustino; so that he found he was upon the coast of Guiana, or the north part of Brazil, beyond the river Amazon, toward that of the river Orinoco, commonly called the Great River; and began to consult with me what course he should take, for the ship was leaky, and very much disabled, and he was going directly back to the coast of Brazil.