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Silver and copper acted as stimulus to the trade in Asia at that time.

The effect is related to the duration and intensity of the stimulus.

By the end of the 1960s, however, import substitution industrialization as a stimulus for economic growth had been
often speak with a stilted formality and awkward phrasing, but was unsure if the translation or the original was to blame.

He attempts to make a stilted phraseology, and weak and sickly sentimentality do duty for genuine emotion." The Little Rascals: The Life Times of Our Gang, p. 202. The kids' performances are often stilted, with the fully scripted dialogue now being recited stiffly instead of spoken naturally.

Matthew Gilbert of the Boston Globe depreciated the chemistry between O'Loughlin and Myles as "artificial", and said that they "exchange lines of dialogue with a stilted rhythm and no natural flow".

As their stilted conversation winds to a close, they both look around when someone calls, "Detective, you got a call on two-two-nine." The 20 bungalows are built on hardwood stilted decks, located discreetly amongst the trees on the beach and in the hillside overlooking the bay, all with their own sense of privacy yet giving full and easy access to the amenities.

Her main problem is that she rarely succeeds in creating three dimentional characters and writes stilted, unnatural dialogue.

It is a stilted and awkward visit.

As novels go, it has its limitations: the dialogue is stilted, the plot meladramatic.

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