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in·crease

(in'krēs),
Any growth in quantity.
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in·crease

(in'krēs)
Any growth in quantity.
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Further, we shift Arizona, Colorado, Oregon, and Washington, from the "inflation indexer" group into either the large or small "statutory increaser" group, depending on the size of the minimum wage change associated with each state's new legislation as of January 2017.
The pipe fittings in each pump branch include two shutoff valves, one check valve, one strainer, one suction reducer, one discharge increaser, and two tee-branch connections between the suction header A and discharge header B.
If it is true that seeing live theater increaser tolerance, then past theater exposure should also be positively related to tolerance.
Fiscal austerity, from this perspective, is counterproductive unless it generates so much confidence that it is a net increaser of demand.
Tom Tom Runner GPS Watch - PS149.99 from tomtom.com ON FIRST glance, this gadget might seem pricey but, over time, it is much cheaper than any gym memberships, with the added bonus that pounding the parks and pavements is a proven fitness increaser, quickly gets you trim and, of course, is a rapid way to get from A to B.
Tom Tom Runner GPS Watch PS149.99 from tomtom.com ON first glance, this gadget might seem pricey but, over time, it is much cheaper than any gym memberships, with the added bonus that pounding the parks and pavements is a proven fitness increaser. This clever watch delivers at-a-glance performance information like distance, time, pace and calories, and if you do decide to splash out on the gym as well, it also works on treadmill runs using built-in sensors.
* EcoSystem Plus: Efficiency increaser in waste water & sewerage treatment (increased dissolved oxygen, reduction in sludge volume, reduction in H2S and ammonia, reduction in energy usage)
Leptin is a regulator of energy intake and exercise training is an increaser factor of energy expenditure.
The zinc acetate dihydrate Zn[(C[H.sub.3]COO).sub.2]2[H.sub.2]O, 25% ammonia (N[H.sub.3]), ferric nitrate hexahydrate [(Fe(N[O.sub.3]).sub.3] x 6[H.sub.2]O, potassium nitrate (KN[O.sub.3]), tetrahydrofuran (THF), selective iron (III) ionophore trans-dinitro-dibenzo-18-6 crown ether, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), 2-nitopentylphenyl ether as plasticizer (NPPE), tetrabutyl ammonium tetraphenylborate (TBATPB) as conductivity increaser were purchased from Sigma Aldrich, Sweden.
About 8.8% of the sample were in the increaser group and started with low educational aspirations and expectations at fifth grade, but their educational aspirations and expectations increased over time.
"Heavy drinking affects all the organs of the body, and many of these effects on bodily Organs contribute to damage to the brain." Periodic consumption of large amounts of alcohol can increase risk for cancer and liver failure, cause harm to the pancreas and the gastro-intestinal system, lead to higher levels of triglycerides in the blood, and increaser risk for heart arrhythmia, heart failure, hypertension and stroke, all of which can damage the brain.

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