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  • The numbers dwindle during their stay, probably due to depredations made by anglers.
  • Compared with rolling back these unacceptable aspects of New Labor, most other policy problems dwindle into insignificance.
  • But his support began to dwindle when his discourse became more left-leaning and he began attacking what he calls the " rancid oligarchy ".
  • You fatally dwindle as you dwell in your fiddling time.
  • Attendances dwindle, young people do n't join, union leaders become persuaders on salaries way above their members.

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