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As a result, school officials have had to scale back plans.
His wife and I decided that she would scale back to part time.
I think once we get the list down to 100 or 75, we'll scale back anyway.
The plan will scale back the corporate staff to 50 people, from 250, by 1994.
She had even been charged for meeting with them on how to scale back the project.
The Republicans seem willing to scale back their $240 billion tax cut.
He promised to scale back his role with the team.
Was there no hope but to scale back to the public path?
"Now may be the time to scale back the mission."
He said the amendment would force Government to scale back needed social programs.
He is also fighting efforts by Democrats to scale back the tax cut.
If in the process the country scales back the biggest of all Government social programs, so much the better.
"The question is, would we scale back our operation and save some money?"
But more recently the number had been scaled back to 25 or 30.
Instead, the company has had to scale back its ambitions.
Now the project has been scaled back to just over $20 million.
Oklahoma plans to scale back health care for children under 6.
The project has recently been scaled back to about $700 million because of the economy.
The best option then is probably to sell the house and scale back.
If they had decided to scale back the project, though, it probably would not have come as a shock.
39 Leaders work to scale back city government by $300 million.
Today officials said it would be scaled back to $1.5 billion.
"After the holiday season, we often scale back on the work force."
Of course, scaling back only works if everyone is on board.
Last week, he was forced to scale back his plans significantly.
In the second place, why scale down to local when you've already gone national?
The company said it needed to scale down the business to keep costs under control.
But you might train yourself to scale down it in record time.
That's the problem: when do you scale down your efforts?
The government had been planning to scale down the military presence.
But they would like to see the project scaled down.
In the last two years, the system has been scaled down.
Inside it was like any other hospital, only scaled down.
So if they're not scaling down, why do they move in the first place?
It would take him many minutes to scale down the dangerous trail.
In recent years Hallmark have moved the scale down to 1/6000.
The judge scaled down the city's target from 450 to 250.
As the elements become smaller, or scale down, the process becomes more difficult.
Too many coaches simply scale down adult training programmes for this age group.
"Those that come have been scaling down the time they spend here."
The whole plan was scaled down, but the streets were put in.
Everything seems to be on a big scale, there's no question about scaling down?
"The latest Soviet data forced everyone to scale down estimates."
That money recently ran out and the projects were scaled down.
They are also films that will scale down nicely when you watch them on your television set.
On the other hand there is something to be said for scaling down your voice to suit a space.
They were scaled down 10 percent, and stressed to 9g.
The post in town remained even then, but was scaled down.
The current plan was scaled down from the original proposal.
So maybe they take two lower-paying jobs and try to scale down.
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