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If rates may remain low for a long time, it probably means demand for capital is weak because companies, and hence the economy, are running in place instead of briskly expanding.
The thread gained more than 25,000 retweets in a few hours on Thursday and continues to be shared at a brisk pace.
This year, the stores are seeing far less tourist traffic than is typical in normally tourist-heavy Reykjavík, but an online store launched in 2019 has been doing brisk business with sweater-buyers around the world.
Winds remain brisk overnight as we dry out, and lows range through the 30s.
I envisioned him walking briskly, with his floppy hair, into our class, as though he had gone off on vacation and simply forgot to let us know.
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Stores in cities that once did a brisk lunch business saw sales fall off a cliff.
The voice on the other end is briskly helpful—you are given an appointment.
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Garnache bowed to the lady, who returned his greeting by an inclination of the head, and his keen eyes played briskly over her.
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He walked briskly down the avenue, and Hedges stood looking after him, slightly puzzled in his mind.
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On this errand he departed, wrapped tightly in his cloak, walking briskly through the now heavier rain.
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