up-tick


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Noun1.up-tick - a small increase; "the up-tick in terrorist activity"
increment, increase - the amount by which something increases; "they proposed an increase of 15 percent in the fare"
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8% up-tick a year ago) and the front-end expanded 3.
31, noted over 35,000 fatalities for 2015, a 7 percent up-tick from the previous year.
Last year's up-tick in foreign direct investment is a welcome boost.
He said Pakistan attached highest importance to the economic relations with Afghanistan and the Central Asian states and in future "we would see up-tick in the country's exports and transit trade with Afghanistan and other CARs states.
With an influx of online shopping, owners leasing new communities or retrofitting existing ones are paying a lot more attention to resident package delivery, having recovered from the largest days of online shopping in history during last winter's holiday season and seeing a steady up-tick in package delivery since.
Saeed Rashid AlYateem, Assistant Undersecretary for the Resources and Budget Sector at the UAE Ministry of Finance, said: "The remarkable increment in the number of transactions by eDirham reflects the up-tick of turnout to use the system as a convenient mean of making payment for public services and revenue collection by government entities, private companies as well as individuals".
Ticks are on the up-tick, but DuraSpot Dog uses Nylar to kill and repel fleas and ticks for up to four weeks.
The up-tick followed a 40% decline in retail sales over the preceding five years as Greek consumers adapted to austerity policies imposed under the terms of Greece's bailout by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.
In a disclosure to the Philippine Stock Exchange, the firm said its third quarter performance growth remained strong and steady with a 15 percent up-tick in sales and a 20 percent hike in earnings.
The up-tick in Kala-azar cases is likely related to conflict related displacement, as non-immune populations move into endemic areas," said OCHA.
The higher monthly figures were caused by an up-tick in commercial vehicle sales, despite passenger vehicle sales slightly falling, according to IJG Securities in their latest review of the automobile market.
China's residential property sector is integral to any up-tick in steel demand, and therefore iron ore costs, accounting for 24% of steel consumption in China.