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growth rate

[′grōth ‚rāt]
(microbiology)
Increase in the number of bacteria in a population per unit time.

growth rate

Rate of wood growth expressed as the number of annual rings per inch measured from pith to bark; sometimes used to rate soft-woods for strength.
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1180: Creative and digital marketing agency Vital, Portsmouth, three-year growth rate, 352 percent; 2016 revenue, $2-$5 million.
The Multan Division has population of 12,265,161 individuals, with growth rate of 1.
The last time a zero growth rate was measured was in 2009 and 2012 when the country was going through recession.
0 percent a year, just about the same as the actual average growth rate over that period.
Figure North America Threadolets Market Consumption and Growth Rate (2011-2021)
China ranked second in terms of sales value, with a growth rate of 1.
5 per cent annual growth rate means that the Australian economy is expanding faster compared to the economies of the U.
The standard deviations of the growth rate of state domestic product in three above mentioned period has been reported in the Table-3 above.
According to the Statistical Service's Flash Estimate released in May, the GDP growth rate in real terms during the first quarter of 2012 would be -1.
Therefore, the sales growth rate of the top 100 chain retailers is still higher than the average growth rate of the total social consumer goods in 2009.
3 percent per year, somewhat higher than the growth rate of the general population.
Parks said it was clear to her that Ventura County's Save Open-space and Agricultural Resources initiatives approved by voters in the late 1990s to limit growth are responsible for the county's population growth rate declines.