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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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The Low-Profile Sprocket is compatible with the following trencher booms in greasable and/or sealed designs:
NYSE: PNR) announced today the launch of the Hypro Express Boom, a pre-assembled wet boom designed to eliminate complexity and minimize labor costs.
The company, which has a facility not far from the disaster in Mobile, AL, is supplying five-to eight-inch diameter by 20 feet polypropylene booms to the effort.
Tony Niese, of Nelson Manufacturing, based in Ottawa, OH said, They were excited to see the features that the Nelson Boom Launch Trailer has versus having to use an assist crane to remove the boom.
With the Pilot Production Program, Toon Boom offers professional animators a unique opportunity to create their TV, Web or Film pilot using the most advanced animation software solution available on the market.
NASA Dryden Flight Research Center will be conducting a series of sonic boom tests beginning Wednesday to examine the structural response of modern housing construction to sonic booms.
The housing boom has produced negative savings rates and higher consumer spending in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada.
Global provided the City of Philadelphia with the test reports, evaluations and inspections for the ten reinstalled booms on 14 October 2005 to comply with its Service Agreement with the City of Philadelphia.
Moreover, though researchers have made considerable progress in understanding and predicting the effects of sonic booms, recent studies and community surveys strongly suggest that people find even occasional sonic booms much more disturbing than loud, continuous noise such as that of an airport.
This boom consisted of a large (16-inch diameter) styrofoam ring, over which was draped a 15-foot curtain of porous non-woven propylene fabric.
The region's strong performance in the early 1980s, after a period in which construction activity was low and the supply of housing and office space had tightened, sparked a construction and real estate boom.