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stagnate

(stăg′nāt′)
intr.v. stag·nated, stag·nating, stag·nates
To be or become stagnant.

stag·na′tion n.
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Whilst the bulk of household care stagnated there were a number of segments that surged ahead in 2005, in effect rescuing it from a decline in sales.
Photo: LPGA commissioner Jim Ritts says, ``In the past 12 months our business has not stagnated and has not receded.
According to In-Stat's "Voice and Networking Trends 2005" survey, traditional PBX and key systems integration has stagnated, while IP solutions have gained favor over the last year.
In recent quarters the consumer market for WLAN equipment has stagnated, especially from a revenue perspective, because 802.
In fact, Sallie Mae's origination volume has soared in the last few years while the joint venture's volume has stagnated.
Under a stable rate structure, operating revenues stagnated as the authority relied increasingly on the sales and use tax to meet its needs.
The mobile phone market in Eastern Europe offers enormous growth potential: While markets in Western Europe either stagnated or grew only in the single-digit range last year, the number of mobile communication users soared year on year in many of the region's countries: By 23 percent in the Czech Republic, by 40 percent in Poland, and by more than 120 percent in the region's largest market, Russia, where the number of mobile phone users rose from 8.
Whereby the organic food and beverage market continues its double-digit growth (compared to the stagnated conventional food and beverage market) there are challenges to entering the marketplace.
The CAS System will enhance current communications media, such as "video- on-demand", and create growth within the communications industry where hi-speed transmission technologies have stagnated.
On modest second-half 2002 projections PDF Solutions is still expected to grow approximately 25% to 30% for the year, a year when the overall semiconductor industry has declined and then stagnated much longer than anyone expected," stated Chief Executive Officer John Kibarian.
The change in the Individual rating reflects the weaker asset quality and pressure on earnings, both of which have suffered from several external factors over the last year: the adoption of the USD a legal tender has compressed margins while eroding FX-based income; credit growth stagnated following the catastrophic earthquakes in early 2001, which also affected the timely repayment of loans across all sectors of the economy.