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1. With the share price peaking in July at 200 crowns, the company's share capital was worth 13 billion crowns.
2. In this recession, it is peaking at only 43 percent.
3. Bundle up for the annual Geminid meteor shower, peaking around midnight Dec. 13.
4. The annual catch more than doubled, peaking at 800,000 tonnes in 1968.
5. It also adds a Peaking function to assist with more precise manual focusing.
6. We weren't interested in tapering and peaking for anything other than that final in the summer.
7. But when it's peaking, this is a gorgeous, gloomy half-portrait of enjoyable, gritty complexity.
8. Home prices have fallen 32.2 percent since peaking in the second quarter of 2006.
9. Listen to those contrarians who saw the Dow peaking in 1995.
10. Also peaking during adolescence (and perhaps aggrieving the ancientry the most) is risk-taking.
11. There is no peaking in the response but simply a smooth roll-off above the natural frequency.
12. Inductive shunt peaking with active inductors is used to enlarge the bandwidth of selectors.
13. The mineral's price increased fourfold in 2008, peaking at more than $ 800 a tonne.
14. The nukes mentioned cannot provide for peaking and load following, that the grid requires for stability.
15. Peaking up is really important for term service quality and minimum outage time during rain fades.
16. After peaking at 29.7 trillion yen in 1997, the country's restaurant sector has shrunk almost every year as a weak economy has driven businesses into price wars — or worse, sent them belly-up.
17. June of that year(sentencedict.com), peaking at number one.
18. Support for abortion rights, for example, continues to decline after peaking at 65 percent in 1990.
19. Indeed, industry analysts say they already appear to be peaking.
20. The increase was at a slower pace than in the second quarter, however, suggesting gains in efficiency may be peaking.
21. Fifty-one canal acts were secured between 1791 and 1796, peaking in 1793-4.
22. Common sense dictates that the longer the timing for reversing the zero interest policy is postponed[sentencedict.com], the closer the economic cycle will be to peaking.
23. Campbell calculated a "Hubbert curve" for the world which sees production peaking in 2005 and thereafter declining.
24. Turn the question upside down, and the pattern still appears. When the British Labour Force Survey asks people whether they are depressed, the U-bend becomes an arc, peaking at 46.
25. The transient response of a shunt-peaked compensated video stage, with shunt resistance across the peaking coil, is analysed.
26. COMEX December gold futures have dropped 20 percent after peaking at $936.30 on October 10 due to a sudden dollar rally and cash liquidity fears as stocks tumbled.
27. Three-minute ditties are supplanted by long, bubbling jams in Peaking Lights' world.
28. The share of trade surplus in the GDP dropped to 5.7% from the peaking 11% of 2007.
29. The active inductor configuration is exploited to realize the shunt peaking technique in order to achieve a broader bandwidth.
30. The exchange's business of listing companies has struggled with declining market share since peaking decades ago.
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