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in·crease

(in'krēs),
Any growth in quantity.

in·crease

(in'krēs)
Any growth in quantity.
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Trees and forests, together with increased energy conservation and alternative energy sources, can reduce carbon dioxide production and build-up - and slow global warming.
Self-efficacy is more likely to be increased if individuals attribute success to their individual skill instead of other factors, such as effort expended and task difficulty.
From 1995 to 2000, average operating expenses increased by 16%, but in the succeeding five-year period from 2000 to 2005, operating expenses increased by 30%.
Absent a change in driving behavior due to increased energy costs, steady growth in tire shipments is expected to continue over the next 18 months as the economy continues its moderate growth pattern, according to the Rubber Manufacturers Association.
The average selling price for the quarter increased from $339 per ton to $552 per ton, or 63 percent, compared to the first quarter of last year.
Since 1992, the areal density of magnetic disk recording has increased an average of over 60 percent annually.
So despite nearly a decade of study, investigators merely arrived at a place where they figured out how to deliver the drug (by injection, intermittently) in a way that increased CD4 T cell counts and minimized side effects.
An increase in clay content always increased dimensional variation, but the effect of the pouring temperature depended on the elevation of the feature in the casting.
Motor vehicle theft increased by 2.7 percent, and larceny-theft increased 0.1 percent when compared to 1999 data.
"We do increase our rates; we have increased costs as it pertains to our fuel costs and our wages," Friesen says.

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