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increment

A portion, as of property or time. Developers build subdivisions in phases or increments, completing one section in order to gauge market demand before starting another section. Lawyers bill in minimum increments of 6, 10, 15, or 30 minutes depending on the particular lawyer and local custom,so a 3-minute phone call might be billed as any of these time increments.
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Typically, at all but extremely slow incrementation rates (Hansen et al.
Yet the transformation to the rhythmic, cyclical time, space and movement, comprises an incrementation of awareness of world a priori.
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.
He chafes under the burden of delay, the "anguish of hope deferred," realizing that what by his own lights is due him as "simple justice and inalienable right" can only be acquired by the "slow incrementation of feed converted to weight, plus the uncontrollable, even unpredictable, love-mood of the cow and the long subsequent nine months of gestation" (M341).