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escalate

(ĕs′kă-lāt) [L. scala, staircase]
1. To increase, esp. the dosage of a medication.
2. To become more angry, dangerous, or intense, as in an interpersonal crisis.
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It noted it is exerting all possible efforts to get the world countries, including both Arab and Islamic, to promptly move to stop these Israeli provocative escalations, which threaten to explode the situation.
But when empowered citizens use that power to threaten the safety of vulnerable others, then escalation to more and more coercive interventions should be inexorable--until safety is secured.
Another approach is to understate the size of the property so that a fully occupied property would generate escalations of more than 100-percent of the applicable charges.
This evolution of the CPI escalation clause resulted in the following 2 examples which were widely used: (Illustration of standard CPI clause with two choices of limiting clauses.
Finally, it must be emphasized that in all cases, the escalation provision must ensure that in no event will the tenant's base rent be reduced from that established by the lease.
Questions arise however in interpreting these tax escalation clauses when circumstances change.
Preclinical and toxicology data support dose escalations above the 80 mg/m2 reached in a previous clinical trial, as well as the use of a daily dosing regimen to potentially achieve the maximal biological effect of GCS-100LE in humans.
Calling the high real estate taxes more of a recurring sales tax on investment capital and invidious and counterproductive," as applied to these properties, Judge Parness noted that in the end, the taxes were paid by the tenants in the form of passed along escalations.
Customized Workflow Capabilities - supports tasks such as sequential execution, parallel execution and conditional/action tasks, allowing for the ability to configure complex workflow processes, such as notification mechanisms, role and filter-based approval routing and event escalations.
Owners maintain they are only trying to keep ahead of their costs even though critics say certain escalations could be profit centers.
Applix Integra uses the power of the Applix iTM1 OLAP engine to handle complex business models in real-time in combination with Applix's distributed, interactive environment that provides Web deployment, workflow, and escalations.
Accountability, roles-based access and visibility, notifications, escalations, and programmable workflow across the extended enterprise are the necessary ingredients for a true collaborative CRM system -- and we are the only ones delivering it.