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  • Each political party was represented on this list proportionally to its presence in the Assembly.
  • It is not easy to say whether knowledge will advance in the next age proportionally to its advance in this. Cited from The Idea Of Progress, J.B. Bury
  • According to this series, then, the tax seems to increase proportionally to income. Cited from The Philosophy of Misery, by P. J. Proudhon
  • With addition of water to the cell wall, wood volume increases nearly proportionally to the volume of water added.
  • A wounded mercenary is given less action points proportionally to his or her wounds.
  • Each part would then be distributed proportionally to the next available preferences wherever expressed. Cited from Proportional Representation Applied To Party Government, by Ashworth
  • Upon a member's death, guild fame is earned proportionally to the amount of fame that the player earned.
  • Pressure in a static body of water increases proportionally to the depth below the surface of the water.
  • In case the number of guns should be either more or less, the articles will be increased or diminished proportionally to the nearest whole number. Cited from Ordnance Instructions for the USN, by Bureau of Ordnance, USN
  • Redemption games are typically arcade games of skill that reward players proportionally to their score in the game.
  • Antenna, when compared proportionally to body size, are short.
  • Group of prices often move proportionally to each other and when this relation is very clear among different markets it is said that the markets are integrated.
  • Redemption games are typically arcade games of skill that reward the player proportionally to their score in the game.
  • If the output per hour is increased proportionally to the pay per hour, the existing wages equilibrium would not be disturbed. Cited from Modern Economic Problems, Economics Vol. II, by Frank Albert Fetter
  • For short-range dependence, the variance grows typically proportionally to the number of terms.
  • When traffic is self-similar, we find that queuing delay grows proportionally to the buffer capacity present in the system.
  • However, he preferred that these goods should be paid proportionally to their consumption (e.g., a toll).
  • Small world network theory predicts that the average path length changes proportionally to log n, where n is the number of nodes in the network.
  • Real CPU time will be distributed proportionally to these values.
  • However, he preferred that these goods should be paid proportionally to their consumption (e.g. putting a toll).
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