Examples of stagnate in a Sentence
a puddle of stagnating water
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While pay in Japan has stagnated for years, even falling at times, companies’ social security payments for employees rose 11 percent over the decade through the fiscal year 2015, according to Keidanren, Japan’s biggest business lobby.
While there was room for both, ultimately, Battleborn stagnated, and Overwatch continues to thrive.
Instead of letting the offense stagnate while trying to back a defender down, Drummond has been encouraged to start a dribble handoff where a teammate gets the ball on the move.
Schlumberger reported a $545 million profit in the third quarter with growing revenues of more than $7.9 billion as the world's biggest oilfield services company continues to outpace the stagnating industry.
The capture also marks a victory for FBI officials, who had feared that such prosecutions would stagnate under Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
But with attendance stagnating, maintenance costs rising and the population of Christians from which to draw shrinking, the two have decided to join forces.
As Marlise Simons explains in a 1992 New York Times article, the cathedral’s joints were sealed with cement—a material that causes water to stagnate, and subsequently ruins stone.
Teachers and students must always remain free to inquire, to study and to evaluate, to gain new maturity and understanding; otherwise our civilization will stagnate and die.
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