Noun(1) passing from a more complex to a simpler biological form(2) returning to a former state
(1) 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.(2) The cultural retrogression is not a new problem facing the city, but it has become really serious in the past 10 years, according to Gu Jun, a sociologist at Shanghai University.(3) Perhaps the problem of retrogression lies not in the planets themselves but in our understanding of the system of planets gathered about our Sun, and the relationship that the planets have with the Sun as seen from our geocentric viewpoint.(4) The rhythms, sequences, waves and patterns with respect to the retrogression and direct motion of the planets is symphonic in its holistic entirety.(5) If the Government plans to revert to the earlier situation, it will certainly be an act of retrogression .(6) Our epoch is characterized by startling advances on the one hand and conditions of extreme socioeconomic retrogression and distress on the other.(7) In other words, her skills have retarded into that of one unfit to practice such arts, though she herself is unaware of this retrogression .(8) One applauds progress, the other retrogression .(9) The sun-centred system implies, for instance, that Jupiter's retrograde motion is more pronounced than that of Saturn, and that the frequency with which retrogression occurs is greater for Saturn than for Jupiter.(10) It's not the language of foreclosure or exclusion or retrogression .(11) 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.(12) The institute was to document the condition of the sculptures, investigate the sources of their retrogression , and prevent further deterioration.(13) 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.(14) a kind of extreme retrogression to 19th-century attitudes(15) a retrogression to 19th-century attitudes(16) No politician is talking about ideas or programs to liberate the people from the current economic retrogression and social decay.
1. degeneration ::
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