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(Increase), noun acceleration, accretion, accrual, accruement, accumulation, additament, addition, additory, advance, advancement, amplification, amplitude, appreciation, appurtenance, attachment, augment, boost, broadening, burgeoning, complement, deepening, development, distension, doubling, enhancement, enlargement, escalation, expansion, extension, gain, growth, heightening, hike, improvement, increasement, increasing, increment, intensification, interest, magnification, production, progress, progression, prolongation, protraction, raise, reinforcement, rise, spread, spreading, sprouting, strengthening, supplement, swell, swelling, upgrowth, upsurge

boom

(Prosperity), noun abundance, accomplishment, accumulation, achievement, acquisition, advance, affluence, aggrandizement, amelioration, amplitude, attainment, augmentation, auspiciousness, avails, booming economy, bountifulness, burgeoning, capital gains, copiousness, cornucopia, development, earnings, economic prosperity, escalation, excess, exorbitance, expansion, expediency, favorable trade balance, flourishing condition, gain, good fortune, great quantity, growth, impetus, improvement, increment, inflation, lucre, mutual profit, opulence, opulency, outgrowth, outpouring, plentifulness, plentitude, prevalence, production, profit, profit making, profluence, profluency, profusion, progress, progression, progressiveness, proliferation, prosperous issue, prosperous outcome, recovery, remuneration, revenue, richness, rissng prices, spiral inflation, superabundance, superfluity, thriving conditions, thriving economy, upgrading, upgrowth, upsurge, upward curve, upward trend, weal, wealth, welfare, well-being
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17) However, they also make frequent reference to the crime boomlet of the mid-1980s, and to a lesser extent, to earlier violent crime trends.
Now, with the opening of three mega-resorts and other new attractions catering to baby boomers and their boomlets, Las Vegas is reinventing itself again.
In recent years her presentations have attracted the attention of various business communities with such topics as: "Trust is a Commodity," "How Men Shop," "The Secret Hi-Tech Lives of Women," and "How Rock 'n Roll Created a Mega-Generation or The 3 Bs: Boomers, Busters, and Boomlets.
Came down from Chebanse, from the Illinois Central in Iroquois County, to the Chicago & Eastern Illinois line's division at Villa Grove in one of the Twenties boomlets, the last precipitous edges of the great devolvment