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the amount by which something is increased

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Once a convergence is achieved, after incrementation of the strain [[epsilon].sub.ct], the state determination process repeats starting with the [[epsilon].sub.sb] strain from the last converged state.
Numerous Comptroller General opinions prohibit the practices of project splitting or project incrementation (awarding several smaller contracts, each for less than $750K, designed to accomplish a unified purpose) or project phasing (awarding a project for less than $750K in one FY, then another project the subsequent FY.
Typically, at all but extremely slow incrementation rates (Hansen et al., 1988; Whipp and Mahler 1980; Zoladz et al.
Yet the transformation to the rhythmic, cyclical time, space and movement, comprises an incrementation of awareness of world a priori.
"Incrementation and the step-by-step approach has not, and we believe will not, achieve peace," Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al Faisal said last week, standing alongside Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the State Department.
The sample card B output in figure 2 demonstrates the presence of a counter, determined to be as such because of monotonic incrementation with successive transactions.
Reference to the school meals service is made, and again we are criticised for paying "pitiful" increases despite the fact that again all receive a reduction in hours, incrementation and more leave.
2801 specifies that all military construction projects, regardless of type of funds, must include all work necessary to produce a "complete and usable facility" or a "complete and usable improvement to an existing facility." Numerous Comptroller General opinions prohibit the practices of project splitting or project incrementation (for example, awarding several smaller contracts, each for less than $750,000, designed to accomplish a unified purpose) or project phasing (awarding a project for less than $750,000 in one FY, then another project in the subsequent FY, etc., all intended to accomplish a unified purpose).
In the enzyme-treated samples, researchers determined the yield and the quality of mineral incrementation. The samples' ash and water-soluble dry matter content increased.
The eight types of innovations include "replication, redefinition, forward incrementation, advance forward incrimination, redirection, reconstruction, re-initiation and integration" (p.
After all, teachers know (or should know) that any structure can be presented successfully or unsuccessfully, depending, e.g., on degree and type of incrementation. Recall the earlier discussion about learning similar items.
The chapters are organized into four parts: A, "The speech community"; B, "Social class, gender, neighborhood, and ethnicity"; C, "The leaders of linguistic change"; D, "Transmission, incrementation, and continuation."