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If NFL viewership is on a downswing, somebody forgot to tell Amazon.
Spring migration is on the downswing now but there are some late-migrating species that still must pass through.
A high percentage of amateurs, however, have the club in a steep position in the downswing with the shaft pointing closer to their toes than the ball.
Gorka on the upswing of his notoriety, Palin on the downswing—and the crowd treated them as such.
Some large toy brands, such as Lego and Star Wars, have also struggled recently, while the collectible Shopkins toys, which Toys ‘R’ Us helped launch, is on the downswing.
These aren't the first polls to suggest Trump's worldview is on the downswing, despite the fact that he was elected president.
Sure, there's a bit of a downswing for new releases post-Christmas.
As for Leitch, the most recent poll suggests her candidacy is on a downswing.
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