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The results showed that in gusts, air drag causes part of the deceleration, but in addition, antennae sense airspeed changes and induce a response that causes the fly to decelerate even further.
He added that growth in China had been driven by a 'phenomenal' growth in credit and as soon as credit becomes restricted, property prices would fall and growth would decelerate.
We expect the inflation rate to decelerate in 2012, on one hand due to the deflationary pressures on raw materials' prices caused by the decline in economic activity levels in developed countries, and on the other hand due to the higher comparative basis," explained Paabut.
EL SEGUNDO, CA -- Global mobile-phone unit production growth will decelerate to 4.
El Segundo, CA -- Global mobile-phone unit production growth will decelerate to 4.
In a soft landing, the economy decelerates to trend after a period of above-trend growth.
Prices have gone up substantially and they're starting to decelerate to the point that everyone's saying, maybe it's over right now.
When the friction material contacts the shaft, a braking action decelerates and then stops any falling load.