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  1. returning to a former state
  2. passing from a more complex to a simpler biological form
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How To Use retrogression In A Sentence

  • This naturalness, though it may appear like denial of the knowledge-systems of modernist culture, is not retrogression to pre-modernism.
  • We also must wonder that if unilinear progress in the mode of production can instead have phases of retrogression is there a possibility of World War III?
  • Worse, because of its alignment with the methodological approach of mainstream economics, he claims that the new economic geography represents retrogression from the earlier authors.
  • It's not the language of foreclosure or exclusion or retrogression.
  • No politician is talking about ideas or programs to liberate the people from the current economic retrogression and social decay.
  • Conclusion The external application with rhubarb mirabilite can prevent the margin fat liquefaction, promote the margin healing, and reduce the margin induration retrogression time.
  • One applauds progress, the other retrogression.
  • It seems that rather than advancing our understanding of the causes behind boom-bust cycles, they have contributed to a further retrogression of the economic discipline.
  • Therefore, if the law stipulates that it is necessary to reward people who find lost property and return it to its owner, it marks a moral retrogression of our society.
  • If carried far enough, the process of redistribution results in economic stagnation and economic retrogression.
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