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stagnant

/stag·nant/ (stag´nant)
1. motionless; not flowing or moving.
2. inactive; not developing or progressing.

stagnant

(stăg′nənt)
adj.
Not flowing or moving, and often foul-smelling or stale: stagnant ponds; stagnant air.

stag′nan·cy n.
stag′nant·ly adv.
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The reason behind the stagnancy of affairs is the government's unwillingness to let the minister of law resign, and the ulema's unwillingness to let him off the hook.
He further said, there was also stagnancy in remittances due to tight budgetary conditions in GCC countries as a result of low oil prices, strict regulatory requirements in USA and depreciation of pound sterling against US dollar.
In February, Juhayna's CEO said his company will reduce its investments during 2017 as a result of economic stagnancy and lower purchasing power.
This measure of potential air stagnancy, which the researchers call the Pollution Potential Index (PPI), revealed that "the ventilation conditions in January 2013 were the worst in three decades of data," according to study coauthor Yuhang Wang of the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Oradian's SaaS solution enables financial institutions to know and control their portfolios, so that they can transform inefficiencies into operational excellence, limited data into informed decision-making, and stagnancy into growth.
A New Perspective on Income Inequality", between 2005 and 2014 some 65-70% of all households among the 25 highest-income countries saw either stagnancy or a decline in their income, whereas only 2% of those households suffered from such between 1993 and 2005.
After years of stagnancy at the club, at the end of this summer the Hoops board asked Stephen McPhail to become the club's first director of football.
While the key markets of Western Europe and North America have witnessed stagnancy in liquid milk consumption paired with fast growth in processed and soy products, developing countries have recorded steep growth in demand for dairy products owing to their fairly low per capita consumption.
After a steep downturn in 2014, the category suffered stagnancy in 2015.
In the near future, this segment of lenses is anticipated to grow in demand particularly as LASIK is observed to show stagnancy.
Beyond being worrisome for traditional media, stagnancy of advertising markets is not sustainable for the entire industry if it goes on for extended periods.
His critics blame him for a persistent stagnancy in support rates for the CHP throughout his time in the office.