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At their best, road races can still provide the in-person communal experience that was already on the wane before the pandemic accelerated the forces of alienation and digital cocooning.
The idea of putting in eight hours a day, five days a week was already on the wane for many millennial and Gen Z workers, long before the arrival of Covid-19.
The waxing in those Wall Street staples as the results in consumer wane is what’s supporting JPMorgan in the crisis.
Some might believe bureaucracy is on the wane, that it’s headed for the same fate as landline telephones or gas­-powered cars.
The moon was a ribbon-thin waning crescent, and I found the vast dark, with no city lights, almost terrifying to take in.
Primo de Rivera, who believed the rebellion to be fast on the wane, shipped back to Spain 7,000 troops.
But Mrs. Charmington was already on the wane, and as he had no wish to be her hero now he rather fought shy of her.
The moon was rising, its reddish disk somewhat diminished from being on the wane.
URANIACAMILLE FLAMMARION
The one is religious, the other a civil power; the one may wane, the other rise.
The exchange of places was made, but after Fred had rowed for an hour or more his confidence also began to wane.

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