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the amount by which something decreases

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With regard to financial reporting, problem-solving techniques that have been effective against easier problems of the past have proved to be decreasingly effective as our problems have become harder to solve.
They like to be the filtering mechanism, and the fact is, they are decreasingly that.
SILVERSTONE may not have produced the most exciting race for what is looking decreasingly like the track's world championship swansong, but Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber's crushing 1-2 finish for Red Bull yesterday has reignited the title market.
It is a daunting challenge to reach and support families of all shapes and forms, but one which must be faced if we are not to limit ourselves to support for a decreasingly predominant "nuclear" family form.
Cut-rate loans, offered to decreasingly credit-worthy buyers, propped up sales and delayed the day of reckoning, but it did not delay it long enough.
While no bulls of excommunication were issued for Catholic policymakers that year, what now remains is a cold silence, with implications of heresy made impotent by an decreasingly influential magisterium.
Q I run a vast and decreasingly successful retail empire from o disused tyre factory near Enfield.
In fact, we prove that the number of permutations which are derangements when sorted decreasingly in each block is larger when there are few and large blocks, compared to many small blocks.
But they also comprise a decreasingly representative cross section of our society.
Xabi Alonso and Albert Riera both went close in the second half and the evergreen Sami Hyypia headed against a post but Wales keeper Boaz Myhill was decreasingly troubled as the clock ticked towards full time.
Skepticism also has increased about the wisdom or validity of what came to be known as the "Washington Consensus"--which was predicated on the principle of market-oriented and decreasingly regulated trade and finance.
As consumer preference is shifting towards higher quality paints, the cheaper technologies appear to be decreasingly used, though very high technologies are still proving challenging to introduce at the moment," Flanagan concluded.
In this latter phase I experienced first-hand the challenges of answering the ethic of care while meeting the ever-expanding demands of the work I loved; responsibilities which increasingly included my mother's elder care and decreasingly my children's care, as they gained independence.
This means that future growth in bottle demand will be decreasingly dependent on factors such as new product introductions and penetration into the markets of substitute materials.
A grant of $400,000 for regional staff is decreasingly viable given the WMS's other commitments.