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Level

Used in the context of general equities. Price measure of an indication.
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The expansion of indoor residual spraying also leveled off despite the fact that increased malaria control efforts led to dramatic decreases in malaria incidence and deaths in recent years.
One in five adults (aged 18-64 years) were without health insurance last year; this also leveled off in 2004.
In addition, one in five adults aged 18-64 years were without health insurance last year, a number that had been steadily rising in recent years, but also leveled off in 2004.
In addition, one in five working-age adults (those aged 18-64 years) were without health insurance last year, a number that had been steadily rising in recent years but also leveled off in 2004.
For example, foreclosure rates are low, down payment sizes are stable and slight increases in flipping rates and non-owner occupied buying activity have leveled off, DataQuick said.
Loan demand followed a pattern similar to that reported in the last Beige Book; the household sector leveled off a bit while loan demand from businesses strengthened somewhat, the report said.
In the 1990s, the increasing incidence of NHL also leveled off in Denmark (study period 1989-1998; Danish Cancer Registry 2002) and in Finland (study period 1954-2000; Finnish Cancer Registry 2003), but not in Norway (1955-2000; Cancer Registry of Norway 2003) or in the United Kingdom (1971-1997; National Statistics 2001).
2 per 100,000; it leveled off, however, after 1990.
Also the number of women who worked during their first pregnancy has leveled off for the first time since 1961.