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rate and was
This desire, I went on, growing voluble as my conviction was aroused, had mounted at such a rate recently that I now found its realization necessary not only to my physical but also to my spiritual wellbeing.
It was the first American war in which the death rate from disease was lower than that from battle, due to the provision of trained medical personnel ( of the 200,000 officers, 42,000 were physicians ), compulsory vaccination, rigorous camp sanitation, and adequate hospital facilities.
The result was that the rate of venereal disease in the American Army was the lowest in our military history.
In spite of the fact that our largest market, the textile industry, was affected substantially by the current decline in business activity, we have been able to produce and deliver our machines throughout the year 1960 at a rate materially higher than during 1959.
Common complaints included `` Mrs. Murphy '' leaving her windows open all the time, a fresh air fan, or the family was visiting `` Aunt Minnie '' with the house shut up but they still paid the same rate for oil.
Argon was also blown at low velocities ( mass flow rate Af ) through a tube coaxial with the cathode as an additional precaution against contamination of the arc by air.
For each mass flow rate the arc voltage was measured.
In this test a Af tape was pulled between the blocks with a motor and pulley at a rate of Af with a clearance of 0.002'' '' on each side of the tape.
Although the tape was run for over 1 hr., a steady state was not reached, and it was concluded that the reason for this was that the back pressure of the manometer was built up from the material fed from between the blocks and this was available at a very slow rate.
-- Although there was some variation in results which must be attributed either to trace impurities or to variation in wall effects, the photochemical exchange in the gas phase was sufficiently reproducible so that it seemed meaningful to compare the reaction rates in different series of reaction tubes for the purpose of obtaining information on the effect of chlorine concentration and of carbon tetrachloride concentration on the reaction rate.
Direct proportionality of the rate to the incident intensity has also been assumed in obtaining the value in the last column for the fourth sample of series 2, where the light intensity was reduced by use of a screen.
The impact rate on 1958 Alpha for 153 events was Af for particles of mass greater than Af ( Dubin, 1960 ) ; ;
Ninety per cent of the 153 recorded impacts occurred between midnight and noon, and from day to day the variation of the rate was as much as an order of magnitude.
for the next two days, the impact rate was Af ; ;
and for the next nine days, the impact rate was less than Af ( Nazarova, 1960 ).
A flow rate of 72 Af was used and 12 ml fractions were collected.
It is very unlikely that either of these anacondas was growing at a normal rate.

rate and raised
The extent to which the public-limit price is raised by a given increase in the basic wage rate is itself a function of three things: the passage of time, the level of GNP, and the size of the wage increase.
We are abstracting from the fact of strikes here, but it should be obvious that the extent to which the public-limit price is raised by a given increase in the basic wage rate is also a function of the show of resistance put up by the industry.
It was once fatal before the CT era, now, if the abscess is treated before the person goes into a coma, then the death rate has been estimated from 5 % to 20 % although it is greater in cases of multiple abscesses, when raised intracranial pressure is observed and depending on the level of neurological dysfunction on presentation.
The hydrogen reduces the growth rate, but the temperature is raised to 850 or even 1050 ° C to compensate.
* Reactant concentrations, which usually make the reaction happen at a faster rate if raised through increased collisions per unit time.
It is clear that a 0 % tax rate raises no revenue, but the Laffer curve hypothesis is that a 100 % tax rate will also generate no revenue because at such a rate there is no longer any incentive for a rational taxpayer to earn any income, thus the revenue raised will be 100 % of nothing.
The Laffer curve is typically represented as a graph which starts at 0 % tax, zero revenue, rises to a maximum rate of revenue raised at an intermediate rate of taxation and then falls again to zero revenue at a 100 % tax rate.
Astronomical observations of several kinds, including eclipse records, studied in the 19th century, raised suspicions that the rate at which Earth rotates is gradually slowing and also shows small-scale irregularities, and this was confirmed in the early twentieth century.
Arguments have been raised, however, that the fall of the inflation rate may be less from control of the money supply and more to do with the unemployment level's effect on demand ; some also claim the use of credit to fuel economic expansion is itself an anti-monetarist tool, as it can be argued that an increase in money supply alone constitutes inflation.
In a heat flux DSC, both pans sit on a small slab of material with a known ( calibrated ) heat resistance K. The temperature of the calorimeter is raised linearly with time ( scanned ), i. e., the heating rate
The work was published, after being deeply reshaped by the author and revised by friends in 1825 – 1827, at the rate of a volume a year ; it at once raised its author to the first rank of literary fame.
The income replacement rate for employees who made full contributions was raised to 70 % of average earnings.
A long term addition of 9 shillings ( which was subsequently increased to 10 shillings ) a week was provided for the allowances of all pensioners and for the long term sick, while the real value of most existing benefits was increased, ( such as family allowances, which were substantially raised in 1967 and 1968 ) with benefits rising at roughly the same rate as salaries over the course of the First Wilson Government, while family allowances were significantly increased.
Also implemented was an investment income surcharge which raised raised the top rate on investment income to 98 %, the highest level since the Second World War.
The 1861 Morril Tariff raised the effective rate collected on dutiable imports by approximately 70 %.
In the end, the tariff law raised the American ad valorem tariff rate to an average of about 38. 5 percent for dutiable imports and an average of 14 % overall.
The top tax rate was lowered from 50 % to 28 % while the bottom rate was raised from 11 % to 15 %.
Minor orbit adjustments were done occasionally over the course of the mission, primarily to change the walk ratethe rate at which the areocentric longitude changed with each orbit, and the periapsis was raised to 357 km on July 20, 1979.

rate and Petty
He enlisted as a mess attendant and then became a Petty Officer Third Class in the rate of Steward, one of the few rates open to African Americans at that time.
Petty Officers and Chief Petty Officers are referred to by a combination of rate and rating: for example, a Petty Officer Second Class with the rating of Gunner's Mate is referred to and addressed as " Gunner's Mate Second Class ," abbreviated and sometimes spoken GM2 ; similarly a Chief Petty Officer with the rating of Quartermaster is referred to as a Chief Quartermaster ( QMC ).
* Regulating Petty Officer, a rate ( rank ) in the Royal Navy Police
The Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy ( MCPON, pronounced " mik-pon ") is a unique non-commissioned rate of the United States Navy, which has with it the paygrade of E-9.
Petty officer, second class is the fifth enlisted rate in the U. S. Navy, U. S. Coast Guard, and the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps, just above petty officer third class and below petty officer first class, and is a non-commissioned officer.
" To address a petty officer, one would say, " Petty Officer Smith ", " Smith ", or " Sailor " ( the latter two forms being acceptable for use by those equal or greater in rate than the Petty Officer ).
Petty officer, first class is the sixth enlisted rate in the United States Navy and the United States Coast Guard, just above petty officer, second class and below that of chief petty officer.
* Master Chief Petty Officer, a naval rate in the United States military
In 1967, Boesch was promoted to the rate of Master Chief Petty Officer.
Each Sailor and Chief Petty Officer wears a rating badge indicating their rating as part of their rate ( rank ) insignia on full dress and service dress uniforms.
Each Sailor and Chief Petty Officer wears a rating badge indicating their rating as part of their rate ( rank ) insignia on full dress and service dress uniforms.
Those ratings below Petty Officer who had joined before 1925 would also have their pay reduced to the new rate ; this amounted to a cut of 25 %.
Though he retired in the grade of Master Sergeant ( E-8 ), his retirement pay was calculated using the pay rate he earned during his tenure as SMA, in accordance with 10 USC § 1406 ( i )( 1 ) which dictated that the Joint Chiefs of Staff, commanders of unified combatant commands, and the senior enlisted member of each service ( SMA, Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy, Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard, Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, and Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ) calculate their retired pay at no less than the pay held while serving in one of the aforementioned positions.
Those failing to obtain the insignia may be ineligible for advancement to Petty Officer First Class, reenlistment in their current rate or may be restricted to shore assignments.
They were also allowed to choose their own Petty Officers at the rate of one per 25 men.
For example, an Intelligence Specialist First Class would be IS1 ; the IS indicates the rating ( Intelligence Specialist ) while the 1 indicates the rate ( First Class Petty Officer ).

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