22 examples of Absorber in a sentence
CH: And you roll to a stop as if someone threw your spaceship at the ground and it tumbles end over end, but you're ready for it you're in a custom-built seat, you know how the shock
What surrounds the brain, between the brain and cranium, is something called cerebrospinal fluid or fluid, which acts as a shock
It has a shock
in it so it, like, "Shhhh," makes this neat sound when you jump around on it.
I found a tractor fan, shock absorber, PVC pipes.
First thing for my wife, and the most common thing I hear from my patients, particularly in the 40- to 80-year-old age group, 70-year-old age group, is they come in and say, "Hey, Doc, isn't there just a shock
you can put in my knee?
Emerging-market equities may have plummeted, but this, too, is a shock
Labor mobility from poorer to richer areas provides a shock
against differential economic hardship.
The other natural shock
is a depreciating currency, which increases competitiveness in the area hit hardest.
On balance, the euro has been a success, but it does balance gains from price transparency and decreased transaction costs against the loss of independent monetary policies and a currency adjustment shock
With no separate currencies to adjust, the only shock
left is labor migration to areas with lower unemployment – for example, from southern to northern Europe.
China’s economy is still plagued by massive imbalances, and moving to a more flexible exchange-rate regime would serve as a safety valve and shock
Peter Kenen argued in the late 1960’s that without exchange-rate movements as a shock absorber, a currency union requires fiscal transfers as a way to share risk.
Contrary to the advice of many Chinese economists, the country’s policymakers have opted not to follow the conventional Western approach of using flexible exchange rates as the main shock
for volatile capital flows and thereby freeing monetary policy to provide liquidity for domestic structural adjustments.
With limited labor mobility, and the euro removing the other shock
(exchange-rate adjustments), great pressure will fall on those countries with the worst downturns.
But, while this has been repeatedly documented in many cases, the inference that redistribution is equivalent to a shock
Spanish unemployment is now close to 30%, which a priori should be a good justification for some form of shock
All in all, it is difficult to base the argument for some eurozone shock
on the US experience.
Ireland’s accumulation of wealth during its Celtic Tiger period, when the country surged toward the top of Europe’s economic league table, has also been an effective shock
No question, the country would be better off with a more flexible exchange rate that eliminated one-way bets for speculators and acted as an economic shock
With policy adjustments failing to keep pace with shifts on the ground, an appreciating dollar has assumed the role of shock
The BIS concludes that when changes in advanced-economy monetary policy or shifts in investor appetite cause massive capital outflows, “the exchange rate may … act as a transmitter and amplifier of financial shocks, rather than an
of real shocks.”
Maximizing the possibilities of the AfCFTA will be an effective shock
as long as the pandemic, and uncertainty about its course, keeps the global economy depressed.