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flatline

in. to die. (From the flatness of the line on an EEG monitor when the heart stops.) It appeared that the patient flatlined during the night.
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Football distress levels peaked between 2010 and 2012 as rising player and coach wages, falling gates and flatlining television payments combined to create pressure on many of the league's biggest spending clubs.
I'm really worried they might think I might embody flatlining.
With the price of a night out and a weekly shop inching up and the housing market flatlining, 32 per cent of homeowners said they will have to change their way of life to make ends meet, according to the Legal & General Mortgage Mood survey.
The UK's economy has been flatlining over the past year, amid falling consumer spending.
Well below the UK average, which tends to hover around the 20% mark, the Lib Dems are flatlining in Wales - and could be set for a miserable general election.
fell victim to the flatlining economy late last year.
By slashing taxes and increasing public spending, they are betting the house on saving the economy from flatlining.
The price of a loaf of Kingsmill white bread has actually fallen in the past five weeks, from 99p to 93P on average--20p less than Hovis--while Warburtons is flatlining at a quid.
Our support in the North has been flatlining for too long.
Even Mom (a flatlining Julia Stiles) knows that Damien is ``strange .
Says an intern engineer in Oregon, "Intel has been flatlining for a while due to the stagnation of the processor industry.
Scientists said the overall child obesity rate of about 10% was flatlining but warned it was soaring for the poor and falling for middle and upper classes.
FLATLINING Christian Bale as Mike Burry who predicted the housing crisis
BUSINESS surveys suggest that the eurozone economy is flatlining at best, but this ought not to be a major surprise.
Boosting lending to small and medium sized firms is absolutely vital to get our flatlining economy moving.