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1 This should be the year of a big shake-out in Italian banking.
2 Experts are predicting a shake-out of the overcrowded airline market.
3 This shake-out left only Glasgow with two evening papers.
4 The shake-out of labour after 1979 affected women's employment less than men's, both here and abroad.
5 The only certainty in this airline shake-out is that, ultimately, it is going to cost the traveller a lot.
6 Do that, they suggest,[www.Sentencedict.com] and the shake-out among knowledge workers becomes less of a threat and more of an opportunity.
7 A shake-out of weak developers and property assets, and some recapitalisation of banks are all manageable.
8 Kettering-based computer consultants Pegasus nose-dived 42p to 86p after a boardroom shake-out.
9 A new manager is in charge at Aberystwyth following last September's shake-out.
10 No one can predict what combination of subscription revenues and advertising publishers will be able to attract, and how many of them will survive the digital shake-out.
11 But the more balanced economy would take time to emerge, and stock and bond markets, after their rip-roaring rallies, weren't priced for the disarray that could stem from a real sovereign shake-out.
12 Tells us from judicature's practice, the accused person retracts a confession in the court, shake-out the secret truth is suddenly more common.
13 As with all open source projects, there will likely be a shake-out over the next couple of years.
14 With summaration of the design of a double-axis inertia vibrating shake-out machine, its application has been introduced with brief description of its structure and characteristics.
15 As with many Chinese industries, the investment boom may lead to a shake-out.
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