(n.) The act of abating, or the state of being abated; a lessening, diminution, or reduction; removal or putting an end to; as, the abatement of a nuisance is the suppression thereof.
(n.) The amount abated; that which is taken away by way of reduction; deduction; decrease; a rebate or discount allowed.
(n.) A mark of dishonor on an escutcheon.
(n.) The entry of a stranger, without right, into a freehold after the death of the last possessor, before the heir or devisee.
(1) Accordingly, the present studies were conducted to determine whether acute OVX-induced FSH hypersecretion can be elicited in an animal model in which the anterior pituitary gland is isolated from diencephalic chemical signals, and if so, whether the hypersecretion could be abated by the FSH-suppressing protein, follistatin.
(2) The histologically demonstrated degree of activity had regressed significantly after the three-week treatment; in 90% of patients the inflammatory process had completely abated.
(3) Adverse effects included nausea, light-headedness, dyskinesias, and hallucinations, all of which abated after the Sinemet dose was reduced.
(4) A 51-year-old manic woman who developed acute severe lithium intoxication with neurotoxicity and nephrotoxicity during rapid abatement of manic episode was reported.
(5) The report of the PSAC Environmental Pollution Panel recommended "demonstration of the feasibility and economy of new developments for abating or controlling pollution through their use at Federal installations" and suggested the coalburning TVA power plants as a likely place for such demonstration.
(6) A few days after hospital admission the symptoms abated.
(7) "The greater the range of emission reduction opportunities that can be tapped into by countries, the more low cost abatement options there are likely to be," the report said.
(8) An accompanying thrombocytopenia was not abated by SQ 30,741.
(9) Even as the sounds of missiles around Şemdinli abate, news of bloody clashes elsewhere in the region keeps locals on their toes.
(10) In vitro, zinc supplement could abate the death of GalN-intoxicated hepatocytes, decrease malonaldehyde (MDA) content, and maintain reduced glutathione (GSH).
(11) Espírito Santo Financial markets regained some poise on Friday as fears abated about the potential spread of problems at one of Portugal's biggest banks.
(12) It's not hard to see why inflationary pressure is abating: the eurozone economy has been flat on its back for the past 18 months.
(13) Walls of the invaginated stump of the cystic duct are swiftly abated as a result of hydrostatic pressure and cover its gap.
(14) Once that abated, the solution for me was to stay and fight the Trump agenda with everything I have.
(15) • Rules requiring local authorities to investigate and abate noise, dust and odour nuisances will be liberalised or improved.
(16) Under treatment with erythromycin the clinical picture of intense swelling of the lid and the copious purulent discharge abated during the following 2 days.
(17) With antiinflammatory treatment the diarrhea abated, the surface epithelial injury decreased, and the subepithelial collagen resolved (two patients), but lamina propria inflammation persisted.
(18) Her symptoms abated when treated with prednisone, but she developed diabetes mellitus, osteoporosis, and compression fracture of lumbar vertebrae while being treated.
(19) In cases observed following the time course, the occasionally increased IR-LHRH in plasma and CSF tended to decrease following the abatement of the diseases.
(20) These actions were fully abated by the pADPRP inhibitor 3-MBA.
(1) China’s stock market rout Shanghai stocks Chinese shares have tumbled in recent weeks against the backdrop of a slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy .
(2) A slowdown in foreign markets played a part in Britain's worse than expected trade deficit in July, though manufacturing made gains in line with improvements in Britain's domestic performance.
(3) Rather than experiencing a slowdown in its frenetic building sector, however, Kabul is increasingly overrun with precarious apartment blocks.
(4) Amna Asa, economist at Capital Economics , said: "The slowdown in global economic growth appears to have hit American manufacturers in April.
(5) Governments must defeat a rising tide of protectionism to prevent a further slowdown in global growth, the head of the International Monetary Fund has said.
(6) Fears are rising however that external tensions such as Russia's dispute with the west over Ukraine might exacerbate a slowdown in the UK if it starts to weigh on the economy in Europe – Britain's biggest trading partner.
(7) Pushing for change at the same time as the harshest ever slowdown in spending on the NHS may be justifiable.
(8) Industries such as retail, leisure and travel are also expected to experience a slowdown in their recovery.
(9) Chipmaker ARM is the biggest faller in London, as analysts fret about a slowdown in royalty revenues.
(10) So while many have claimed Britain was worst placed of any to withstand the global slowdown, the OECD and IMF have both shown that Britain last year had the highest growth of any of the G7 countries.
(11) A total of 71,638 loans were approved for house purchase, above the previous six-month average of 65,001 and the highest monthly figure since January 2008 when the credit crisis and economic slowdown started to take hold of the market.
(12) The US has released new figures showing shale output growing, while Chinese economic data all points to further factory slowdowns.
(13) But if "the slowdown reflects longer-lasting forces bearing down on activity", the implications are more profound.
(14) A slowdown in the rate of expansion in the first three months of the year is helpful to Gordon Brown's central message in the election campaign that the UK is too weak to withstand spending cuts this year.
(15) City economists expect the first official estimate of growth in the fourth quarter of 2013 to show a slight slowdown from previous month but still put the UK's recovery ahead of that in other western European countries.
(16) Oil prices remained below $50 a barrel, down from more than $110 a barrel last summer when the slowdown in China first became apparent.
(17) And as Wednesday's news of the biggest monthly drop in retail sales for more than two years indicates, this slowdown has spread along the high street.
(18) Commodity prices have slumped in reaction to the slowdown among some of the world’s biggest manufacturing nations.
(19) That slowdown would have a knock-on effect on the government’s finances and so borrowing was expected to be significantly higher than at the time of Osborne’s final budget back in March.
(20) With a sharp economic slowdown no consumer business is immune," Darroch added.