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Anyone coming along the road from Chobham or Wo- king would have been amazed at the sight--a dwindling mul- titude of perhaps a hundred people or more standing in a great irregular circle, in ditches, behind bushes, behind gates and hedges, saying little to one another and that in short, excited shouts, and staring, staring hard at a few heaps of sand.
His dreams had collapsed when the mule drivers, dwindling rapidly, had wavered and hes- itated on the little clearing, and then had recoiled.
Closed in by night with broad screens, and illumined only in that part, the light of the drawing-room seems gradually contracting and dwindling until it shall be no more.
For me the life, and light, and sparkle of human intercourse were dwindling.
The capability of the Dawlah Islamiya, formerly known as the Islamic State-inspired Maute group, is dwindling because of the neutralization and surrender of its leaders, the chief of the Western Mindanao Command (Westmincom) said Thursday .
The dwindling THE number of vulnerable older people who received their flu jab at their GP surgery early on in the flu vaccination programme has fallen compared to last year, new figures show.
He said the number of Maute Group followers has been dwindling since its leaders were killed during the liberation of Marawi.
They said all these challenges demanded that the new government should accord top priority to form a new strategy in consultation with private sector to turn around the dwindling economy.
Dino Melaye decried the yearly dwindling budgetary allocations to the FCT.
ISLAMABAD -- The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry has shown concerns over the dwindling foreign exchange reserves of the country that would create new problems for the economy and force the government to resort once more to foreign borrowing for running the affairs of the country.
ISLAMABAD -- The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry has shown concerns over the dwindling foreign exchange reserves of the country which would create new problems for the economy and force the government to resort once more to foreign borrowing for running the affairs of the country.
ISLAMABAD -- The Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has expressed concern over the dwindling foreign exchange reserves of the country that would create new problems for the economy and force the government to resort once more to foreign borrowing for running affairs of the country.