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in·crease

(in'krēs),
Any growth in quantity.

in·crease

(in'krēs)
Any growth in quantity.
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In addition to these already observed changes, human influences will continue to change atmospheric composition (including increasing C[O.
The increasing attractiveness of various types of financing tied to one's home produced a particularly large increase in the ratio of mortgage debt to income.
Natural rubber continued to experience substitution in 1995 increasing from 1.
After increasing in the first quarter of 1992, receipts from foreign travelers in the United States leveled off before picking up in the fourth quarter.
The budget provided an increased level of funding for the divisions that support this function to meet an increasing work load, expand long-term research, and improve the quality of economic data.
However, Livonius notes, among the large majority of facilities that rely on increasing their use of agency per diem nurses in response to rising census, more than one-quarter (26 percent) maximize the costs and effectiveness of this measure by alerting existing staffing partners in order to create a proactive plan for staffing.
Despite a tax treatment of automobile loans that was less favorable in 1989 than in 1983, with the increasing real cost of purchasing automobiles both the incidence and the median amount of car loans increased for most groups.
2 million, with gross profit on services revenue increasing 12% to $1.
From 1984 to 1986 our position level declined by about 80, even though we were increasing resources devoted to the supervision and regulation function.
In recent decades, financial innovation, technological change, deregulation of financial markets, and elimination of capital controls have all contributed to the increasing internationalization of financial markets.
An increasing number are also offering incentive programs that provide additional employer contributions toward the cost of benefits if an employee pledges to comply with or actively participate in certain health programs.
Also, the number of supervised institutions is increasing in some Districts.