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Decline

A situation in which a stock or other security that has dropped in price over a given period. For example, if a stock opens at $5 and closes at $4.45, it is said to have declined for that trading day.
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decline

A decrease in the price of a security.
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In relation to the contents, it is indicated that "The words in the dictionary encompass over 9000 nouns and 3500 declinable words including verbs, i-adjectives, and na-adjectives, making it possible to search approximately 42,300 conjugations of words" all through 4 functions: "Word Search" [phrase omitted], "Verb Suffix Search" [phrase omitted], "Text Search" ([phrase omitted]) and Suzuki-kun: Prosody Tutor" ([phrase omitted]).
Ashcroft wrote: "After putting my neck on the line for nearly 10 years - b o t h as party treasurer under William Hague and as deputy chairman - and after ploughing some PS8m into the party, I regarded this as a declinable offer.
Lord Ashcroft said Mr Cameron initially blamed his Liberal Democrat coalition partners for blocking his appointment, before offering him a junior role at the Foreign Office which he described as "declinable", adding: "It would have been better had Cameron offered me nothing at all."
Lord Ashcroft claimed Mr Cameron initially blamed his Liberal Democrat coalition partners for blocking his appointment, before offering him a junior role at the Foreign Office which he described as "declinable", adding: "It would have been better had Cameron offered me nothing at all."