- n. Plural form of increment.
“Since publishers pretty much only publish in increments of 8 pages, I think 24 pages would be pretty easy but 32 is also doable. 32 would probably force you to draw out the conversations, though.”
“Sleep in small increments is somehow accepted with a philosophical outlook despite its ongoing nature.”
“Add the rest of the powdered sugar in increments, until desired consistency is reached.”
“Priced at 2.99 GBP (about $5 US), the purchaser has an option to donate more in increments of 10, 20, 50, & 100 Pounds.”
“TEMPLE-RASTON: Lewis says criminals will send funds to the U.S. in increments just a dollar below the $10,000 threshold to avoid detection.”
“Yes | No | Report from rdorman wrote 8 weeks 2 days ago also build the leader down in increments to in effect taper your leader”
“At an overall level, an extraordinary jump in increments does not seem probable and the average salary increase is likely to be in the range of 9% to 12%.”
“I personally believe that Congress/Obama should take their time, study the facts, take steps to clean up Medicare/Medicaid fraud (please, finally), and improve the health care of the insured in increments that are less likely to get out of hand and add tremendously to the national debt.”
“The spy agency was desperate for the software and willing to accept untested code in increments, the Netezza executive said, according to Zimmerman.”
“A recurring theme within the modern finance industry is that the most powerful institutions only think about data in short-term increments.”
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