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We graduated into the Great Recession, burdened with debt and rewarded with stagnant wages, and endured the slowest economic growth faced by any generation in US history.
Starting in the 1990s, states sought to replicate the tribal model, gradually enabling nonreservation casinos to promote stagnant economies.
Another issue will be staffing, which has suffered in recent years from stagnant funding and a hiring freeze.
That means that some stagnant lid planets could create an atmosphere and even have temperate climates with liquid water, at least for a time.
Baker points out that this means workers may have to take in stagnant air that has been breathed in by people from multiple different households, upping their risk of catching a virus that may be floating around.
But he forgot the stagnant town, the bald-headed man at the club window, the organ and "The Manola."
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
A germ flies from a stagnant pool, and the laughing child, its mother's darling, dies dreadfully of diphtheria.
GOD AND MY NEIGHBOURROBERT BLATCHFORD
He was a refuge from herself; in his imperious demands her memory slept, her depths were stagnant.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
A stagnant pool among some reeds caught the reflection of the sunset and changed on the instant into raw gold.
It was low and flat, and was traversed by broad ditches, generally full of stagnant water.

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