By contrast, after Ronald Reagan helped lead to declining unionization, capital investment was disappointing in the 1980s.
On Wednesday, Williams posted on Twitter a response from the American Civil Liberties Union declining to take up her case.
In declining health during his 90s, he shared the poverty that plagued most Havana residents after the collapse of Soviet support.
As anxiety about the declining television business permeates the Emmys, the show relies on … Kanye West jokes.
“This deal is very important to us,” says a senior Taliban intelligence officer, declining to be named for security reasons.
But his health, which had long been in a declining state, began to give way rapidly.
“Thank you, I do not smoke,” said Bertram, declining the proffered luxury.
So far from declining through our long separation from each other, her affection for me, her foster-brother, had increased.
He pitied the very baroness herself, and forgave her declining his visit.
They then came upon an immense plain, declining in the direction of the sun's approach.
late 14c., "to turn aside, deviate," from Old French decliner "to sink, decline, degenerate, turn aside," from Latin declinare "to lower, avoid, deviate, to bend from, inflect," from de- "from" (see de-) + clinare "to bend," from PIE *klei-n-, suffixed form of *klei- "to lean" (see lean (v.)). Sense has been altered since c.1400 by interpretation of de- as "downward." Meaning "not to consent, politely refuse," is from 1630s. Related: Declined; declining.
early 14c., "deterioration, degeneration," from Old French declin (see decline (v.)).