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Use "recessions" in a sentence
"It was Keynes who proposed ideas about how to prevent depressions -- not how to prevent mild dips, which we call recessions, but how to keep these downturns in economic activity from reaching catastrophic depths."
"Births typically decline in recessions, for example, and don't fully rebound when the economy improves, said state demographer Tom Gillaspy."
"One of the difficulties in using fiscal policy to combat recessions is getting Congress to agree on what measures to implement."