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(Appreciation), noun accession, acclivity, accrual, accumulation, addition, advance, amplification, appearance, appreciation, ascension, ascent, augmentation, boom, climb, derivation, elevation, enhancement, enlargement, expansion, extension, gain, grade, gradient, growth, inception, increment, inflation, hill, increase, lift, progress, progression, promotion, reaction, slope, uprising

rise

(Origin), noun beginning, cause, commencement, debut, derivation, development, fountainhead, genesis, germ, growth, inception, incipience, introduction, nascency, onset, origin, origination, outset, overture, preamble, prelude, prologue, source, spring, start, starting point, uprising, upswing

rise

(Originate), verb arise, begin, come into exissence, come to be, emanate, emerge, happen, inaugurate, increase, initiate, issue, occur, spring up

rise

(Prosper), verb appreciate, arise, bear fruit, be successful, blossom, build, excel, flourish, improve, incept from, originate from, progress, spring from, strive, succeed

rise

(Soar), verb arise, ascend, bear fruit, blossom, build, climb, elevate, emerge, erect, escalate, extend diiectly upward, flourish, go further, go higher, grow, heighten, hover, improve, inaugurate, inflate, initiate, mount, pullulate, raise, rear, rebel, rise up, scale, tower, transcend, uprise, wax
See also: advancement, appearance, appreciate, appreciation, augmentation, boom, build, commence, disobey, elevation, emerge, emergence, genesis, growth, improvement, inception, increase, increment, inflate, inflation, nascency, onset, originate, origination, outset, progress, promotion, pullulate, rebel, result, start, stem
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Meanwhile, with an increasing number of females working in the coming years, their spending power will rise, adding to the consumption recovery.
Federal budget surpluses have bolstered national saving, providing additional resources for investment and, hence, contributing to the rise in the capital stock and our standards of living.
Outlays for producers' durable equipment rose at an annual rate of about 14 percent in real terms in the first quarter, after a 7 1/2 percent rise over the course of 1995.
In the office sector, the modest recovery that seemed to be under way appears to have waned even though vacancy rates have continued to fall and transactions prices have continued to rise.
The improvement in the deficit primarily reflected exceptionally rapid growth in receipts; outlays continued to rise at about the same pace as had been recorded, on average, over the preceding four years.
Federal receipts in the first eight months of fiscal 1996 were 8 percent higher than in the same period a year earlier; the rise was considerably greater than that of nominal GDP.
However, expenditures for "mandatory" programs continued to rise rapidly, and net outlays for deposit insurance were less negative than in 1995 (that is, insurance premiums and the proceeds from net sales of thrift assets declined).
Receipts of state and local governments rose about 4 percent in nominal terms over the year ending in the first quarter, about matching the rise in nominal GDP.
Developments in food and energy markets boosted overall inflation, however, and the total CPI rose at an annual rate of 3 1/2 percent over the first half; this pattern was the reverse of that seen in 1995, when a small drop in energy prices, combined with only a modest increase in food prices, held the rise in the total CPI to just 2 1/2 percent.
If the median of a distribution drops, the mean may rise or fall, as may the means of the upper and lower halves of the distribution.