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advancing in amount or intensity

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In a world where more and more people have access to information-sharing technology, to literacy tools and to entire bodies of knowledge.
Seven decades later the gap between America's rich and poor is greater than any other industrialized nation, and more and more folks are feeling forgotten and abandoned.
If, regrettably, critical thought today becomes more and more extinct in periodical literature, one must hope that an essay in reconsideration can help save something of the old criticism in an Arnoldian sense in the mainstream literary climate that outrightly denies (and, yes, even rages against) not only the defense of values and standards but also the belief that "ideas have consequences.
Since the performance truly makes the play, the issue we have to examine more and more in these early plays (whether amateur or professional) is the way in which they embody a myriad of opportunities for performance which are just as important as the didactic aspect for performers and audiences alike.
But the clients decided to incorporate more and more mechanical ventilation and cooling, so all the teaching spaces are now air conditioned, but the concourses and other pedestrian links are naturally cooled.