crescive

crescive

(ˈkrɛsɪv)
adj
increasing; growing
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The great and crescive self, rooted in absolute nature, supplants all relative existence and ruins the kingdom of mortal friendship and love.
The centre is managed by Crescive Corporation, a philanthropic organization created by the Keewatin-Patricia board with the aim of growing community assets and having a place for adult education.
But in late July, the Keewatin-Patricia school board announced it would dissolve Crescive at year's end because of changes in provincial funding.
A learning milieu promoting student empowerment by acknowledgment of crescive competency is likely to lead to greater retention of the material (13).
Beamish calls this accident an example of what he calls crescive troubles, which are ecological events that occur over time.
The reality that surrounds crescive circumstances is characterized by polluters who are unlikely to report the pollution they cause, authorities who are unlikely to recognize that there is a problem to be remedied, uninterested media, and researchers who take interest only if (or when) an event holds dramatic consequences" (p.
The impossible distance between the divine self and the world carried over to human relations: "The great and crescive self, rooted in absolute nature, supplants all relative existence, and ruins the kingdom of mortal friendship and love.
The great and crescive self, rooted in absolute nature, supplants all relative existence and ruins the kingdom of mortal friendship and love.
The Crescive Approach: The president addresses the twin issue of strategy formulation and implementation simultaneously.
The crescive approach is essentially a bottom-up approach where the president loosens his/her control over the strategy making process and instead sets the employees' premises--the notion of what will constitute strategic actions, and acts as a judge of plans formulated at the lower level.
The strawberry grows underneath the nettle, And wholesome berries thrive and ripen best Neighbor'd by fruit of baser quality; And so the Prince obscur'd his contemplation Under the veil of wildness, which (no doubt) Grew like the summer grass, fastest by night, Unseen, yet crescive in his faculty.
In the context of the slow crescive changes relevant to long-term economic decline, however, crisis is not that obvious or that easy to understand and see.