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Kurz called time on the coalition and in elections last September the Freedom Party saw its share of the vote shrink.
The lever that’s now taking charge as demand recedes is the ongoing big shrink in inventory.
The big looming shrink in pollution permits raises questions about the sustainability of the EV-maker’s bottom line.
A shrink later told me the dream represented “safe danger,” but I never understood half of what he said, including that.
Frasier is a radio shrink and Roz is his producer and friend.
Great was the surprise of Alf at the honour and labour thus thrust upon him, but he did not shrink from it.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
Even the lawless classes of society generally shrink from blood.
It continues to grow after birth, but later begins to shrink and nearly disappears in the adult.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
They brave dangers and risk consequences; shall we shrink from them?
She had held herself in her heart as his promised wife for six long weeks, how could she shrink from him?
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER

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