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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of decrease.
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- adj. made less in size or amount or degree. Opposite of
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- adj. made less in size or amount or degree
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Of course completion of a project will result in decreased or eliminated funding for a second, identical or similar project.
Genistein decreased mammary tumor growth by 33 percent while daidzein increased it by 38 percent when compared with placebo.
The reason our total Co2 output has not decreased is that while CO2 per unit of GDP (I will call this CO2 efficiency) has improved 2-4 percent per year, our GDP has grown the same rate or faster.
"This would result in decreased market discipline from investors who know that their risks are essentially back-stopped by the FDIC," she said.
This results in decreased costs for cities when they try to meet greenhouse gas reductions.
I think it's a bad idea, too, and would likely result in decreased sales when consumers can't find the book they are looking for in the section they expect to find it in.
Radiation when given to very young children also results in decreased growth of the bone surrounding the orbit.
Cross Agency Support, which has decreased, is where some of these items likely come from, as well as a re-jumbling of Exploration funds.
Rapid eye movement sleep or REM sleep is characterized by decreased activation of the prefrontal cortex and increased activation of brain areas such as sensory cortex.
In other plant species, developing varieties for greater taste or productivity resulted in decreased resistance to disease or pests.