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- n. reduction
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Reduction.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of reducing; a bringing back; restoration.
- n. Reduction; abatement.
"If you really like them," the dealer said, "I make you a little reducement."
But if, notwithstanding all our endeavours, and the application of means for their reducement, they continue to go on frowardly in their ways, then are we vexed at them, which includes an addition of anger and indignation unto our former sorrow or grief.
This enforced reducement of the Collony into fewer bodies, together with the troble of warre then in hande, caused the year following a slender harvest to be reaped, wherby we weare constrained to relye upon hopes for our reliefe by shippinge out of Englande, and by trading with the more remote
Commissioners came to-day, only to consult about a further reducement of the Fleet, and to pay them as fast as they can.
The Commissioners came to-day, only to consult about a further reducement of the Fleet, and to pay them as fast as they can.
· Ftp Connect/Disconnect reducement when using a single FTP output destination
The Liberation Army Daily also reported that more reforms to China's military were planned for 2008 and beyond, including further reducement in the numbers of commissioned officers.
Locaton API is a reducement of the Sensors API which gets the PC's location from a GPS Sensor if installed.