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in·crease

(in'krēs),
Any growth in quantity.

in·crease

(in'krēs)
Any growth in quantity.
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Climate change provides an additional plausible explanation for both increasing asthma susceptibility and increasing severity observed over several decades.
The late-inoculation was much more effective in increasing nodule count and reducing carbides and thereby improving elongation of both sections.
A recent report has demonstrated that the oxidative stress incurred by H202 increases the VEGF-A gene expression by increasing the binding of transcriptional factors Sp1 and Sp3 to proximal GC-rich motif in AGS human gastric adenocarcinoma cells (Schafer et al.
Tire elastomers are also forecast to remain flat tbrough the year 2000 with butyl and polyisoprene combined increasing only marginally.
Ontario Hydro officials say the increase, expected next year, is necessary due to increasing capital project requirements.
Foreclosures have more than doubled since 2004, increasing by 124.
The value of imported capital goods, increasing steadily throughout the year, rose 11 percent.
Donald Mindiak President & CEO commented, "Consistent with prior year end trend results, the Company has recorded its sixth consecutive year of increasing profitability.
Obviously, the Reserve Banks have had to deal with greatly increasing work loads in the past several years as reflected in the record number of bank failures and problem banks, as well as in the increasingly complex issues they have had to face in reviewing and processing regulatory applications and in developing supervisory policies to deal with new and changing banking risks.
This is evident in the rising number of acres of biotech crops planted each year -- and the increasing number of farmers who have chosen this technology because of the tremendous value biotech crops deliver to an abundant, healthful, and affordable food supply.
With the increasing ownership of money market accounts, the median size of account declined from $1 1,000 to $5,000, whereas the overall mean rose slightly from 27,400 to $28,300.