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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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Price of UC properties across 61percent localities was either stable or saw a marginal increment.
The WIN-T Increment 1b upgrade is the bridge for Increment 1 units to 'talk' more easily to units with Increment 2, said CPT Eric Michael Kilcullen, a company commander for the 86th Expeditionary Signal Battalion, which received the upgrade earlier this year.
It also found that application of the limitation period does not deprive Barth of the right to obtain an increment which, in breach of provisions of EU law, had not been granted to him.
The mean number of increments counted from sagittae and lapilli prepared with different techniques were compared with known ages to determine the accuracy of the different aging methods.
In addition, starting in 2002, the limit will be indexed for inflation in $5,000 increments (rounded down to the nearest $5,000).
Limits for 401(k) and 403(b) plans under federal law were increased to $11,000, with annual incremental increases of $1,000 until 2006 when indexing increments kick in, while the California limit remains at $10,500.
Also, due to the smaller musculature involved with single-joint exercises, the increments will be minimal (2.
During the phase-in period, the markets can quote equity securities in price increments of up to five cents.
For example, trading in smaller minimum increments tends to boost the ability of professional traders to step ahead of public customers who place limit orders.
However, evidence indicate that the revenue base of the nations TIF districts are solid and robust, with property tax increments growing at a rate that far exceeds what is necessary to cover outstanding debt service payment on bond issuance.