proportionally greater

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  • For the current year the orders have been much larger, and the expenditure proportionally greater. Cited from Ireland Under Coercion (2nd ed.) (1 of 2) (1888), William Henry Hurlbert
  • This results in a greater pH change and a proportionally greater electronic signal.
  • When the division is too short, the imagination refuses to give it the proportionally greater importance that it would demand. Cited from Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1, by Various
  • Although the larger gear is rotating less quickly, its torque is proportionally greater.
  • The muscles of its lower extremities would acquire proportionally greater thickness and strength. Cited from Lamarck, the Founder of Evolution, by Alpheus Spring Packard
  • The quality and quantity of the force of a man are able to give birth to other forces, which will be proportionally greater as the motions produced by them last longer. Cited from The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci, Volume 2
  • There is additionally small scale production of renewable energy that tends to generate small enterprise and a proportionally greater amount of jobs.
  • The projections of the total number of cancer cases in the next decades indicate a generalized increase, proportionally greater in developing than in industrialized countries.
  • Depending on the assistance of the rider (which is required on a pedelec), a proportionally greater range is possible.
  • The people were boundlessly tolerant; my agitation beforehand was less this year, my remorse afterwards proportionally greater. Cited from The Correspondence of Carlyle and Emerson, Vol. I, Carlyle and Emerson
  • As our motives to virtue are stronger than those which are afforded to the rest of mankind, our guilt will be proportionally greater if we depart from it. Cited from The Young Gentleman and Lady's Monitor..., by John Hamilton Moore
  • When one side has more units than the other, that side takes a proportionally greater number of moves at a time, e.g. two moves to every one of the opposition when one side has twice as many units as the other.
  • And when the meteor comes toward the world twenty-six miles a second, the heat would become proportionally greater if the meteor could abide it, and not be consumed in fervent heat. Cited from Recreations in Astronomy, by Henry Warren
  • The defect changes to an excess in the different systems of the satellites, where it is proportionally greater than in the planets, and unequal in the different systems. Cited from Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation
  • P. exigua tend to build their nests in locations facing west; it is suggested that this specific placement leads to higher environmental temperatures and proportionally greater foraging activity.
  • Nevertheless, atmospheric pressure on its surface remains nearly 1.5 times that of Earth as it began with a proportionally greater volatile budget than Earth or Mars.
  • When a single divergent form appears in the sequence the dynamic relations of the two types is different from that which obtains when the numbers of the two approach equality, and the effect of the prevailing form on it is proportionally greater. Cited from Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1, by Various
  • Minister for Overseas Development Peter Power, TD, said at the time that more aid would be forthcoming from Ireland and that the country had provided a "proportionally greater" amount than "most other European countries".
  • Due to the dearth of Hebrew SF at the time, Ratosh's translation had a proportionally greater impact in Israel than the original had in the US.
  • I think undoubtedly the young beavers often make mistakes, but I think also, from studying a good many dams, that they profit by disaster, and build better; and that on the whole their mistakes are not proportionally greater than those of human builders. Cited from Ways of Wood Folk, by William J. Long
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