Increasing

  • (adj): Music.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on increasing:

Baudienst - Formation and Activities
... care and a wage of 1 złoty per day (a wage that was never changed, despite increasing inflation) ... for the Poles, but for the Germans (with the aim of increasing West-East transport capacity in preparation for German invasion of Russia, and later, to improve ... Baudienst members, in fact due to constant lack of volunteers and increasing desertions, Baudienst at its height reached less than a third of that number (about 45,000 people) ...
Australian Property Bubble - Rising House Prices
... All capital cities, with the exception of Sydney, have exhibited strongly increasing prices since about 1998-9 ... available) Low interest rates from 2008 onwards (increasing borrowing capacity) Limited government release of new land (reducing supply) The average floor area of new houses ...
Muhammadiyah University Of Makassar - Mission Statement
... of University of Muhammadiyah Makassar are Increasing faith and religious devotion Increasing teaching and learning quality Increasing innovative, excellent and ...
Sustain - Increasing
... There are many factors that affect the level of sustain in guitars ... The most obvious ones are the quality of the production or manufacturing and the quality of the wood and other material ...
Little-endian - Endianness and Hardware
... The simple forms are increasing numeric significance with increasing memory addresses (or increasing time), known as little-endian, and decreasing numeric significance with increasing memory addresses (or ...

More definitions of "increasing":

  • (adj): Becoming greater or larger.
    Example: "Increasing prices"

Famous quotes containing the word increasing:

    Everywhere I go I see increasing evidence of people swirling about in a human cesspit of their own making.
    James Anderton (b. 1932)

    A point has been reached where the peoples of the Americas must take cognizance of growing ill-will, of marked trends toward aggression, of increasing armaments, of shortening tempers—a situation which has in it many of the elements that lead to the tragedy of general war.... Peace is threatened by those who seek selfish power.
    Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882–1945)

    O, she walked unaware of her own increasing beauty
    That was holding men’s thoughts from market or plough,
    Patrick MacDonogh (1902–1961)