(1) They moved to reduce debt and their actions contributed to recession and more price deflation .(2) the deflation of the illusion that the 1960s were a perpetual party(3) a time of high unemployment and deflation(4) That's very different than what most think about when they hear the word deflation - the demand-deficient price declines of the 1930s.(5) Martin showed no signs of deflation after exiting the 6-2 mauling against Chester 48 hours earlier with nothing to show from a man of the match performance.(6) Wind deflation probably destroyed the original soil that formed on the upper Oliver Platform.(7) Words of encouragement and advice, and indeed a supportive phone call during the week, have always compensated any feeling of deflation at the scales refusing to go downwards.(8) deflation of the illusion that the 1960s were a perpetual party(9) If the lake bed became completely dry, material could have been lost through wind erosion or deflation .(10) a long deflation lasted until about 1896(11) With an almost instantaneous deflation of her aplomb, she shot off the drainer, out of the kitchen door and off onto the patio, complaining loudly all the way.(12) The elation at Edgbaston and Old Trafford may well give way to substantial deflation at not being able to win this latest battle and go 2-1 up.(13) If you are of the deflationist bent, then you believe that rates will be lower by 2010.(14) Here is one of the foremost deflationists arguing that silver is a great buy.(15) Many deflationists argue that Germany will follow Japan into a deflationary spiral.(16) Not every strong decline in asset prices causes deflation, but all major deflations in the world were related to a sudden, continuing and substantial fall in values of assets.