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Sunset

To discontinue a product slowly. For example, a company may cut 25% of original production every quarter for a year.
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As they halted their horses on the top of the divide out of Bennett Valley, in order to watch the sunset, he ranged alongside and slipped his arm around her waist.
And the Queen asked me to row her ashore in my skiff, when at sunset French Frank prepared to take his guests ashore.
Three years had elapsed since the sailing of the emigrant ship; when, at that same hour of sunset, and in the same place, I stood on the deck of the packet vessel that brought me home, looking on the rosy water where I had seen the image of that ship reflected.
The court was very cool and a little damp, and full of premature twilight, although the sky, high up overhead, was still bright with sunset.
Today this Vampire is limit to the powers of man, and till sunset he may not change.
I sat down on it, and I surveyed the broad view of our old world under the sunset of that long day.
Once a leash of thin black whips, like the arms of an octopus, flashed across the sunset and was immediately with- drawn, and afterwards a thin rod rose up, joint by joint, bearing at its apex a circular disk that spun with a wobbling motion.
Here in the evening the favourite reclined, watching the peonies vie with the sunset beyond.
You may stand some chance of escaping them though, if you keep close about the French encampment,--and are back to the ship again before sunset.
Once a ripple came to land In the golden sunset burning-- Lapped against a maiden's hand, By the ford returning.
A little before sunset he arrived, with his light suitcase in hand, before the gate of the long riverside gardens of Willowood Place, one of the smaller seats of Sir Isaac Hook, the master of much shipping and many newspapers.
All is reaction in the heart of man; light follows darkness nowhere more surely than in that hidden self, and now at sunset it was my heart's high-noon.