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flagging

f la ging

  • n  flagstones collectively
    there was a pile of flagging waiting to be laid in place
  • n  a walk of flagstones
    the flagging in the garden was quite imaginative
  • v  communicate or signal with a flag
  • v  provide with a flag
  • v  droop, sink, or settle from or as if from pressure or loss of tautness
  • v  decorate with flags
  • v  become less intense
  • s  weak from exhaustion

  • And then, still not flagging 1163 pages into the opus, he unfurls this description of cheesecake model Letha Weapons and her 36H bra: "Big boobs bolstered by a breast hammock based .
  • Due to the flagging birth rate, that goal can be reached only by admitting up to 1 million foreigners, more than doubling the current expat population of 875,400.
  • The plan, which would cost the government nearly $600 billion over 10 years, will be "heavily front loaded" in an attempt to spark the flagging economy, say Administration .
News & Articles

  • No banner year
    Thanks to a flagging economy, Ian Flamm’s colors are drooping. Flamm is one of the owners of AAA American Flag Decorating on West 36th Street in Manhattan. “Basically I haven’t been able to hire anyone since the downturn in 2008,” said Flamm, who sells and installs flags for...
    June 16, 2013 - New York Post
  • More Information Emerges About IRS Targeting Of Tea Party Groups
    Selective leaks from Congressional staff interviews with IRS employees in Cincinnati have been dribbling out for weeks. The workers are at the center of questions regarding the use of "Tea Party" and "Patriot" labels for flagging tax exemptions applications for additional scrutiny.
    June 16, 2013 - NPR
  • Who Will Buy Apple's Shiny New Mac Pro?
    In an attempt to revive its flagging reputation for introducing innovative products, Apple unveiled a new Mac Pro at its World Wide Developers Conference, being held in San Francisco this week. "Can't innovate any more, my ass," said SVP of Product Marketing Phil Schiller as the Mac Pro made its debut. The futuristic-looking black cylindrical device stands less than 10 inches tall.
    June 13, 2013 - TechNewsWorld.com

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