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The reality of the coming winter, featuring 4pm sunsets and icy temperatures, was setting in, and I worried that my motivation to go on rambling post-work walks was about to take a nosedive.
Oil prices took a nosedive during the peak of the pandemic, sending another warning that the industry’s standing on shaky legs.
THE CURRENT STATE OF CLIMATE TECHCHIKA DUNGADECEMBER 24, 2020QUARTZ
As Americans stare into the threat of a deep recession, it’s no surprise lawmakers are looking to Depression-era policies to steer the economy out of its nosedive.
When your “portfolio” is split up like this, you won’t lose too much if a new venture takes a nosedive.
An existing manual penalty, also known as a manual action, took the SERP slide into a nosedive.

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