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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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"I want to assure the public that the grant of step increments in 2018 was proper, done according to the right process and, most importantly, was not excessive.
On sugar, he disclosed that they had witnessed quite a quantum increment since last year, saying sugar, which sold around GHS130, has ballooned to GHS185 or GHS190, representing a 63 percent increment, which he attributed to the strength of the American dollar.
Shape and visibility of increments forming each layer are different; in particular, increments of the inner layer and rostrum have a form of consecutive bands or concentric rings, respectively, and are readable only on sectioned samples.
The total number of increments was counted by the same person on two different occasions.
In the simulation, the rotation was carried out in a step-and-shoot mode and four different rotation increments were considered.
Its advanced explosive ordnance disposal robotic system (AEODRS) program is developing a family of three robots: increment 1, a small backpackable reconnaissance system weighing less than 35 pounds; increment 2, a two-man-portable robot weighing about 165 pounds with an arm, or arms that can help dismantle bombs; and increment 3, a robust 750-pound robot that can pick up heavy unexploded ordnance.
That's why it's such a pleasure to read Insanity by Increments: it takes some of the methods and madness of these greats and moves a step further, presenting nine short stories of contemplation and quiet horror." - Diane Donovan
The teachers demanded of the government to cancel the decision of withdrawing the increments otherwise they will resort to the court and go on roads for holding protest rallies.
"Insanity By Increments" has been given five star reviews by Diane Donovan of Midwest Book Review and Jack Magnus of Reader's Favorite.
It has come to my attention that intermediate teachers will have a salary increment.
This is true for the strategy applied to price increments per floor in recently built residential buildings.
Capability gaps between Increments 1 and 2 will be further minimized when the Army completes its current NetOps convergence efforts, aimed at simplifying and reducing the number of network management tools its communication officers use to manage the network.