“But without this regular reporting, there is no mechanism through which institutions with bad safety performance can be "ratcheted" up into better practices and better safety outcomes.”
“Having said that, Tony Blair, as you say, kind of ratcheted up the bellicosity a little bit this morning.”
“We've already kind of ratcheted back given the environment.”
“Those that have 'ratcheted' high up the consumption ladder will have a more difficult time adjusting, in very real physical / emotional ways.”
“Stock prices ratcheted down in early August around the time of the debt ceiling debate in Congress, but volatility shot up and stock prices have been a roller coaster ever since.”
“That's one reason new coach Raheem Morris has ratcheted up the heat on Adams, who led the Bucs with 6½ sacks last season.”
“Each franchisee must have a net worth of $1 million and agree to open at least five stores, requirements that have been ratcheted up in recent years because of high demand.”
“So far, the government has raised interest rates three times since October and steadily ratcheted up the share of deposits banks must hold in reserve, rather than lend.”
“TPM details how President Obama's opponents have ratcheted up the racial rhetoric recently.”
“It was clear that underwriters mispriced the offering, but they "had already ratcheted the price up to what everyone thought was a pretty high price," leaving many in the market agape at the stock's Thursday surge.”
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