a.1.See Dimmish.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The fish stock will dimish and fishermen will lose their livelihoods, Nyanguti said.
This expanded work is limited to war patients and invalids, and it is temporary by nature, but this does not dimish its value.
Changes tend to dimish after this stage, but late changes are frequently a problem for maintaining coherency within the separate components of the grousp documents.
* prevent genes that have been introduced into crops from spreading to wild relatives of those crops, which could dimish genetic diversity and create herbicide-resistant weeds.
A harsh color or horizontal stripe, however, can dimish a long, lean line.
This does not dimish their theoretical significance, but it would be useful for other examples to be produced from the domain of adaptive (i.e., fitness enhancing) ethomorphology.
While temporarily subsidising capital could be justified as a means of compensating for deficient infrastructure and to overcome hesitancy aand inertia on the part of potential investors, once renewal is under way the need for investment subsidies should gradually dimish.
But that choice will dimish rapidly as we move through the 1990s.
Should the wetland be claimed, the lobbyist says, the fish stock will dimish. This will result in the fishermen losing their source of livelihood.
Dimished Sensitivity to Sad Facial Expression in High Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder is Associated with Symptomatology and Adaptive functioning.