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Government popularity has slumped to its lowest level in yearsThe old man slumped in his chair as he fell asleep.

Government popularity has slumped to its lowest level in years.

When I was little, my mom took us kids to visit my dad at work, and when we walked into his office, he was slumped behind his desk, fast asleep.

The goalie is in a bit of a slump, and needs to have a good game to get his confidence back.

Profits have slumped somewhat this quarter.

The slump in property values has meant that housing sales are going up as prices go down.

Baseball star Johnny Bench once remarked that slumps are like a soft bed; they're easy to get into, and hard to get out of.

The pitcher is in a bit of a slump, and can't seem to pitch a good game.

The victim was slumped over his desk with a knife in his back.

He slumped over his desk with fatigue after having to work for 16 hours straight.

Economic progress in the country has been badly hurt by slumping oil prices.

In 1929, the stock market crashed, causing a 10-year financial slump that had serious effects on the economies of all the Western democracies.

In the past few years, the Japanese art of sumo wrestling has lost some of its popularity, a slump which many believe is due to the slump in the economy.

Cuba paid high prices for oil imports in the face of slumping prices in the key sugar and nickel industries in 2000.

Although Luxembourg has suffered from the global economic slump, the country has maintained a fairly strong growth rate.

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