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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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From a practical perspective, the present paradigm in which the Army stands astride Increment 1b and Increment 2 necessitates that the RHN be able to support both sets of systems.
At the beginning of this research one-way ANOVA did not show significant differences in the number of daily increments between the left and right otolith; hence, in further analysis the otolith pair having the higher resolution of their micro-increments was used.
Others oppose tax increment financing because it diverts to urban renewal projects property taxes that would otherwise go to all local governments.
If the relative change of the position of the manoeuvring valve [mu] increases, the speed of the relative increment of the steam pressure in the turbine steam volume will increase.
Radial increment data standardisation was carried out in order to eliminate the tree age influence on radial increment and to reveal the increment dynamics depending on climate variation.
To repay the investment, the town will simply return the tax increment to the developer for 20 years, reducing the town's exposure from $18 million to $2 million.
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.
For the next five years until (or if) the act sunsets, the contribution ceiling will be indexed for inflation in $500 increments.
The trial had two primary endpoints: corrected count increment and platelet count increment, each one-hour after transfusion.
An increment will be required for the next workout when 12 perfect reps can be achieved.