Here comes the problem with an aging population and a shrinking
High-capacity communications--from cable to dedicated communication lines to direct satellite links--are not only becoming widespread but competition among carriers is shrinking
Although the capital-to-asset ratio of New England banks has been increasing in the past two years, this improvement is primarily the result of shrinking
assets rather than of capital growth.
But the world is also shrinking
in the sense that there are more political and economic refugees on a global basis than ever before; shrinking
in the sense that there are more starving pople than ever before; shrinking
in the sense that the population explosion continues and more and more people demand space, food, clothes, homes, and all the paraphernalia modern technology churns out to the benefit of the consumers.
In the early days of shrink labels, the available inks would change in the shrinking
process and show up with dark stripes on the finished product.
The big males may be shrinking
most because of their mating habits, suggests Brian Henen of California State University, Northridge.
After a long discussion, though, board members agreed to wait a week to decide whether schools should have the option of shrinking
kindergarten classes to 20 students if they had space, or make team teaching their only option.
Because these systems measure line speed at the nip rolls, they cannot account for film shrinking
or stretching between the nip and the winder.