progressively

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  • Over the years, their style and direction changed progressively with each new album.
  • Government housing has been progressively sold off over the years into private ownership.
  • Its water quality became progressively worse the further the river went west.
  • The game would get progressively more difficult as the player advanced.
  • The small edge cities progressively become larger with the creation of distinct plans.
  • Powers were therefore progressively transferred to it from the British administration over a short period.
  • During his career he developed hearing problems which became progressively worse.
  • It is today a machine of three parts, having been progressively improved.
  • The inner areas were progressively filled and the town's population increased.
  • This method changed over time, with TV tubes growing progressively more black over time.
  • This has been attributed to the fact that people often lose weight as they become progressively more ill.
  • It is important to note that these death factories developed progressively as each site was built.
  • Thus as characters become more experienced they have progressively more difficulty increasing attributes.
  • The game takes place in California, on progressively longer two-lane roads.
  • The islands get progressively more difficult, with enemies moving much faster on the later ones.
  • In all modern democracies, the number of people who could vote has increased progressively with time.
  • Progressively different services begin to move towards the edge city as the population of corporate businesses increase.
  • Each block had different mission objectives and progressively more advanced system design.
  • Progressively more capable waves of enemy aircraft then move in and engage the player aircraft.
  • This opinion was progressively adopted and extended through the remainder of the century.
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