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1 I don't want to diminish her achievements, but she did have a lot of help.
2 He likes to diminish the skill of others.
3 It's not fair to diminish her efforts;she's worked very hard.
4 We've seen our house diminish greatly/sharply/substantially in value over the last six months.
5 The opposition are trying to diminish our achievements.
6 I don't wish to diminish the importance of their contribution.
7 We should try to diminish the cost of production.
8 These drugs diminish blood flow to the brain.
9 Time will not diminish our friendship.
10 Don't let him diminish your achievements.
11 Nothing could diminish her enthusiasm for the project.
12 As people approach old age, their energies may diminish.
13 But that's not to diminish the importance of his discoveries.
14 Diminish the revenue by reducing tax.
15 Federalism is intended to diminish the power of the central state.
16 If the anxiety does not diminish, more emotional probing may need to take place with some one skilled in this area.
17 All our coinage, even our notes,(www.Sentencedict.com) diminish in size in proportion to what you can buy with it.
18 With time, such resistance will doubtless diminish.
19 A round of hostilities could develop that would diminish the chances of the negotiations resuming.
20 Time erodes all such beauty, but what it cannot diminish is the wonderful workings of your mind, your humor, your kindness and your moral courage.
21 Later on in life the sex drive tends to diminish.
22 The evidence suggests that our sense of touch is programmed to diminish with age.
23 A stable currency means that your savings do not diminish in value.
24 Sensible and justifiable decisions, properly communicated would raise morale rather than diminish it.
25 The Bank has decided to capitalise on short term difficulties by attempting to diminish staff terms and conditions.
26 The dread disease of the Rappers, Rap Rootinitis, would begin to diminish.
27 Furthermore, none of the considerations I have adduced suggest that political violence will rapidly diminish, still less disappear.
28 As a sleeping princess, her blank face and torso exaggerate rather than diminish the beauty of her preternaturally leggy dancing.
29 Allowing so much as the wrong noun to enter the vernacular, it is felt, would diminish the republic.
30 The anti-investiture decree, however great its symbolic importance, did little to diminish the power of lay rulers over ecclesiastical appointments.
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