rate of growth


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Noun1.rate of growth - the rate of increase in size per unit timerate of growth - the rate of increase in size per unit time
isometry - the growth rates in different parts of a growing organism are the same
rate - a magnitude or frequency relative to a time unit; "they traveled at a rate of 55 miles per hour"; "the rate of change was faster than expected"
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must/ have been nearly three thousand years after the date of the execution of the carving, the column was only eight feet high, and was still in process of formation, which gives a rate of growth of a foot to a thousand years, or an inch and a fraction to a century.
The rate of growth accelerated since January and was sharp overall.
The actuaries attributed the much slower rate of growth to a decline in spending on hepatitis C drugs, fewer new drugs being brought to market, and slower overall growth in prices for both brand-name and generic drugs (Health Affairs.
So, anybody who grew slowly and was satisfied with that growth level was sarcastically referred to as Hindu rate of growth," Jaitley said at the Skoch event here.
For the moment, last years 5% increase in first-time international graduate enrolment is the slowest rate of growth over the three most-recent fall admissions cycles.
Chris Fry, senior partner at KPMG's Liverpool office, said: "While the North of England is still trending above average for permanent and temporary placements, the rate of growth is slowing and continues to be hampered by a severe lack of available talent in the market.
However, this pause did not dampen demand for temporary staff, with temp billings across the region rising sharply, outpacing the national rate of growth.
A modest five percent annual rate of growth is forecast for Brazil and the region.
The average rate of growth for RSK in Europe was 6.
The overall rate of UK house price growth has been significantly enhanced by London, so we are starting to see a corresponding dip in the rate of growth in the national figures as the rate of growth slows in London.
In the near-term this robust rate of growth among manufacturers should continue, with order books expanding in September at their fastest rate in almost eight years.