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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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Local governments have the authority to designate tax increment financing districts lasting 20 years or more to pay back these bonds.
Here's hoping Daniel McGraw's fine article on tax increment financing will help put an end to this stealing from taxpayers.
Our goal was to provide a foundation for the use of otolith increment counts in examining the ecology of larval and juvenile spot.
When used properly, tax increment financing allows cities and counties to undertake a redevelopment project that encourages private enterprise and investment in an undeveloped, underdeveloped, deteriorating, or "blighted" area.
Thereafter, the contribution limit may rise, based on inflation, in $500 increments.
The resulting platelet count increment one-hour after transfusion of treated platelets was statistically lower than that after transfusion of untreated platelets.
there will always be a starting point (low end of range) and an increment point (high end of range).
During the phase-in period, the markets can quote equity securities in price increments of up to five cents.
3 million outstanding tax increment financing district revenue bonds (Robinson Mall project), series 2000A, affirmed at 'BB+'; --$2.
In parallel with the work done on Increment A4, the team successfully completed final acceptance testing of the narrowband and wideband modems used to send and receive space information from the ground to the satellite and back.
It has come to my attention that intermediate teachers will have a salary increment.