limpness : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  a flabby softness

  • Inflation's new strength and the economy's limpness leave the Federal Reserve with almost no room to make adjustments.
  • As the week went on Quinn lapsed less frequently into such limpness; she laughed more easily and appeared to gain confidence.
  • They deposited their burden on the kitchen floor and adorned its limpness with two sunflowers.
News & Articles

  • Porn Industry Blamed For "Temporary" Softness In Jobs Data
    After months of rock-hard gains in stocks, and an extended period of firming in the headline jobs data, some are noting that today's limpness in the jobs data is temporary, driven by an unexpected choke down of staffing in the porn industry. As Bloomberg reports , a big surprise in today's report was a 6% decline in the number of people working in the "motion picture and sound recording ...
    Sept. 6, 2013 - Zero Hedge

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