The first half of the year has seen a steady uptick in the number of tweets sent to the @halloumiches Twitter account, but now the number is down to a mere 3,631, according to Twitter’s new data.

The total number of posts from the account has increased from 12.5 million in the first half to 14.1 million, and the number tweets sent by users to the account have dropped from 559 million to 532 million.

While Twitter is still one of the most popular places for people to share information, the company is also showing a slowing of engagement, particularly in the United States.

That’s because users who are searching for information are being more selective when it comes to sharing their thoughts and opinions.

While that trend hasn’t been seen in the UK, users of the country’s Twitter account have been seeing a slowdown in engagement compared to users in other parts of the world.

The U.K. accounts have been trending the most in the U.S. with tweets in the country up almost 30 percent year-over-year.

The same trend is being seen across other countries.

For example, in Australia, which has had a strong interest in the social media platform in the past, the number sent from Twitter has decreased over the last six months.

The number sent by the United Kingdom is down nearly 35 percent in the same period.

The overall trend for Twitter has also been slowing down, with the account down more than 25 percent year over year.

Twitter says that it’s still seeing a number of accounts get shut down due to spam and spam accounts.

But the company says that as it moves forward with the expansion of its Twitter network, more information about who is sending a message and what it’s about will be made available.

We’re working to address the spam problem, and we’re also working to improve how we provide more accurate, comprehensive, and timely information.