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secular

1. not religious.
2. over long periods of time; gradual.

secular changes, trends
changes that occur over long periods, as long as decades.
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The Bank's greatest success has, first and foremost, been its ability to develop business in a disciplined manner using an approach based on secular market trends, not on the flavour of the month," Mr.
Moore also noted: &uot;We recently acquired Rutledge Hill Press, an imprint that will increase our presence in the secular market.
I've heard of taking Christian products and removing the religious overtones to present to the mainstream or secular market, but we're not aware of anyone taking secular products and reproducing them for the Christian market," said Loiacono.
Smith to Jars of Clay, have tried "crossing over" to secular markets, with varying degrees of success.
This new title has 38 chapters covering developments of capital markets in Malaysia and the GCC, Wealth Management, untapped potential for expansion in Europe - especially the UK, France and Luxembourg - as well as new risk management tools, the revival of Sukuk and its potential in secular markets such as Turkey and France.