becoming larger

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The problem has become increasingly more prevalent with the site becoming larger and the designated parking spaces fewer.
Not only are buggies becoming larger, but they have shopping hanging off the handles which takes up more room.
In addition to becoming larger, the program has become progressively more sophisticated in the items it provides, going from giving out whatever items could be rounded up to providing pre-bagged groceries that include fresh dairy, frozen meats, fresh vegetables and an assortment of canned and dry goods, as well as hygiene items and cleaning supplies.
At the same time, some mid-size dinosaurs were becoming larger in perhaps another evolutionary response to mammalian predation.
Almost uncharted four years ago, corporate compliance programs are now standard in healthcare organizations and becoming larger in terms of employees and budgets, according to a new survey released October 1 by the Health Care Compliance Association (HCCA) and Walker Information.
In conventional economic terms, the externalities of corporate enterprise are starting to outweigh the internalities--the negative side-effects of production and consumption are becoming larger than the presumed benefits to the parties immediately involved.
Data centers are becoming larger and more prevalent.
Closer communication has additionally speeded up structural change with potato growers becoming larger and more specialised.
Minority-owned businesses, including black-owned businesses, are becoming larger and can provide employment opportunities in our urban areas.
As projects are becoming larger and more complex in scope, our customers are increasingly looking to single- source contractors to manage projects on a turnkey basis.
DIP loans are becoming larger and more complex, not to mention more widely accepted among investors seeking returns compatible with the risk, including CLO and CDO investors.