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  • It is used in writing courses to incrementally build up toward a larger paper.
  • A space fountain type structure would be built incrementally from the ground up.
  • A side-effect of the line-based file system is that programs can read and write individual lines incrementally.
  • The models were then moved incrementally, while being filmed one frame at a time.
  • The second edition includes a day/night cycle that advances incrementally each turn.
  • In practice, they developed material incrementally in the studio, each making changes to the other's recordings.
  • The organization of the Navy has changed incrementally over time.
  • Indeed, they themselves have probably acquired such knowledge incrementally as they made their way through elaborate apprenticeships.
  • Direct financial support from the Convention is being phased out incrementally over a four-year period.
  • The series is so well thought out and so incrementally progressive that it has often been said that the student can teach himself.
  • Sales letters are typically developed incrementally, with split testing of various elements.
  • Her method was based around the idea of teaching the violin incrementally, covering one new idea at a time.
  • Symptoms may present gradually and incrementally, sometimes taking years to become intense enough for patients to seek medical care.
  • Players were given multiple hit points which were then incrementally decreased.
  • In wheel truing, all these factors must be incrementally brought into balance against each other.
  • From time to time, Chairman Manuel even managed to move things forward, if incrementally.
  • To date, three volumes of the work (to be issued incrementally) have been published.
  • However an incrementally compiled program will typically run much faster than an interpreted version of the same program.
  • The MTA says that service was incrementally added during the later morning rush hour.
  • The school became a comprehensive (incrementally) year by year, with the first all-ability year composed of ten forms.
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