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But the tax overhaul effort already is facing political headwinds.
Energy stocks have been weighed down by high stockpiles, while stores and their landlords have faced headwinds from Amazon.com Inc. and the growth of online shopping.
For 24 hours, the Italia sailed through fog and snow flurries, fighting a headwind that sometimes reached thirty miles per hour.
But the economy faces headwinds, too, the World Bank warned in April.
This rundown of the potential electoral headwinds facing progressivism isn’t intended to be comprehensive or dispositive.
Right now, economists aren't alarmed about the latest headwinds.
Working against cultural headwinds, the have launched a successful local 4X4 business (Vietnam's first) and nurtured a community that now includes roughly 500 Vietnamese off-road enthusiasts.
Stevens made good this time, winning the race while running into a 2.5 meter-per-second headwind.
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Definition of headwind for English Language Learners
: a wind that is blowing toward something (such as a ship or an airplane) as it moves forward
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