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use "slump" in a sentence

It pushed their economies into a slump and increased unemployment.

I went through that and it's not easy, Ivanovic said of her slump.

The first signs of trouble came in May, when prices began to slump.

Jones has five hits in his past two games following a 0-for-12 slump.

But here's why a bigger slump in stocks may (and should) be in the cards.

Migrant crisis flusters EU ministers Commodities slump hitting rates outlook?

Sometimes she did, sometimes she'd slump down to the floor, Scott says."

Georgia suffered a similar slump last year, with nest numbers dipping to 1,201.

That would echo a slump in fixed income revenues shown by most investment banks.

Uber expects that earnings and demand will remain strong despite a winter slump.

Weak domestic demand, a property slump, and soft exports all contributed to the fall.

Further weakness is likely following a recent slump in oil prices to seven-year lows.

And yet the slump has been understandable, given the turnover, injuries and upheaval.

So at this point, Mayer may have to just simply pray that Alibaba gets over its slump.

But some Albertans who appear well off, also might not be able to handle a long slump.

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