We really don't see a double dip, just slow economic growth.
Where there's been a ban, pub revenue dip and then bounce back to normal. The most important thing is that the rules are clear and we can begin preparing.
People are starting to dip their toes in the water and figure out the models for this.
You could lose a job, go through a divorce, a medical emergency in the family, or the market could dip.
Each time you dip into the atmosphere, you have to be very attentive because if you dip in too far ... it can be detrimental to the spacecraft, ... We have an atmosphere we don't fully understand. ... There are a lot of people who lose a lot of sleep.
He has been on some championship teams, so he knows when it's coming. He is able to dip out of that pretty slick.
This is a symbol of what's to come - that is, the government expecting to be able to dip into private databases to do all kind of surveillance and research.
I don't think that (dip) consciously entered into it. From a creative standpoint, each year we want to keep our programming fresh.
People dip for two reasons -- for personal use, as bait, and to eat.
The decline by the PPI overall and the dip by the core PPI is very much consistent with the general absence of inflation risks.
That is an unusually strong dip. I don't think it is a mirage.
any dip in unemployment is good.
Majority Leader Daschle misspoke this morning when he said the Bush administration would dip into Social Security and Medicare funds. The truth, in fact, is that Social Security dollars will be used only for Social Security and Medicare dollars will be used only for Medicare. The only reason for any decline in revenue is due to an economic slowdown that began last September.
All we do is dip the [glass surface] into solution A, rinse it a little bit, and dip it into solution B.
I think the economy is recovering and we won't get into a double dip. But trying to forecast when that economic strength shows up in earnings is a kind of fool's game. We've been playing it for about two-and-a -half years now.
Brennan's in-licensing strategy is a nice dip in the water, but I think we need something more substantive.
Today the market caught the double-dip disease. Recent economic data, like yesterday's [Tuesday's] consumer confidence number, seems to corroborate opinion about deceleration in growth.
It gives us a lot of product flexibility. It allows us to dip our toes collectively in the water.
There's been no measurable dip in activity. The numbers are high and strong. People still need to travel, so they need to get away from home once in a while. Things are going great guns here on wine trail. It certainly isn't hurting at this point. So knock on as much wood as I can find, so far so good.
We suffered a dip in the amount of steel come through here right after the hurricane late September and the first few weeks of October. But since then the steel has been coming through at the lame quantities as it had been. There's been very little disruption.
Dip 'em and tip 'em.
Khan loved to be flattered. Say a nice thing to him and he'd dip into his deep, deep pocket.
On the downhill, there's a steep downhill and a dip up a little bit. At the very same place [on] the two laps I was stuck and went flying. The second lap, I broke the pole and the ski hit smack on my face.
The baseball players were really the first to dip their toes in the water of integration. It?s an example of a great institution that African-Americans were able to build and sustain, in spite of racism and depression, and because of its success, it helped to open doors and change America.
This whole process has been run like a lucky dip, as no potential bidder really knew what was on offer.