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Finally Djilas predicted a period of economic decline, as the political future of the new class was consolidated around a staid programme of corruption and self-interest at the expense of other social classes.

WCT also strongly encouraged the audience to cheer for players,
parallel paths to the exit, or strong internal circulation.

After several decades of stagnant growth the neighborhood is now seeing redevelopment with a few new businesses and building renovations.

Settlement in the area, however, was somewhat stagnant until the early 1800s.

Germany remains stagnant." Their citizens lived in a state of stagnant excess, feeding off the labor of their slaves and paying off their enemies, namely the Dothraki, in money and slaves.

During his time with wolverine, Scott reveals that he feels his relationship with Jean is stagnant and that the two of them had not progressed romantically since their initial teenage romance.

The city's decadence can be seen in the figures for its population, which remained stagnant from the early 1930s to the late 1960s.

In quarry L-41, remains of a large ancestral stork (presumably palaeoephippiorhynchus dietrichi ) were present, indicating that two or three E. eocaenus (one right and two left feet were found) died in or next to a slow-moving or stagnant watercourse.

Beyond the slipstream the flow is stagnant (which automatically satisfies the velocity boundary condition at the wall).

Due to his defeat, Nobunaga's expansion in Noto, Kaga, and Etchu province area was stagnant for a while.

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