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increaser

[in′krēs·ər]
(engineering)
An adapter for connecting a small-diameter pipe to a larger-diameter pipe.

increaser

In plumbing, a tapered coupling for joining a pipe or conduit to another of larger size.
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Table 1: List of States with Statutory Minimum Wage Increases and Inflation-Indexed Increases Using Changes from 2013 to 2015 and $1 Cutoff Statutory increasers Statutory increasers under $1 of $1 or more Alaska Arkansas California Connecticut District of Columbia Delaware Massachusetts Hawaii New Jersey Maryland New York Michigan Rhode Island Minnesota South Dakota Nebraska West Virginia Indexers Arizona Colorado Florida Missouri Montana Ohio Oregon Vermont Washington Notes: Data on minimum wage indexing provisions come from the National Council of State Legislatures.
Fitting Resistance Factor in Each Pump Branch Fitting Resistance Factor [k.sub.i] Suction tee-branch 0.62 Suction gate valve 0.10 Suction strainer 2.5 Suction reducer 0.62 Discharge increaser 0.28 Discharge check valve 2.0 Discharge gate valve 0.10 Discharge tee-branch 0.62 Total 6.84 Table 2.
Growing up in a low-income family increases the odds of belonging to the stable-low group by about two times (odds ratio [OR] = 2.25), the increaser group by about three times (OK = 3.02), and the decreaser group by about two times (OR = 2.25), compared with the stable-high group.
It is known that the pharmaceutical sector relies on R&D work and on patents, and in order to have a patent before the others the R&D investments are seen as a high profit increaser by the companies of this sector.
owned assets abroad, excluding financial derivatives (increaser financial outflow (-)) -1,005,182 41 U.S.
Inventor Mohammad Hassan al-Dali, who has a BA in Science, is participating with three inventions (conical gearbox, speed rate increaser, wheelchair able to use steps).
Education reformers in the "Increaser" camp often "point to deficiencies in funding for school innovation, firmly believing that their programs would work if only they were adequately supported." (21) Conversely, education reformers in the "Changer" camp typically argue that more money will not facilitate education reform, similar to the following:
14 Leaf, top of Mental weakness, appetite increaser, young stem strengthening of liver, stomach and heart functions, opening of pores of skin, softening skin, menstrual disorders, hysteria, severe infections, skin disorders, disorders of the stomach, ear, mouth, throat, spleen and uterus.
(46) Being late on any payment to another creditor could trigger such an increaser Second, credit card companies used universal default to raise interest rates without providing any notification to the cardholder.
The paper objective is to optimize the constructive scheme of a proposed concept of speed increaser, in order to fulfill the imposed requirements of a small hydropower plant to be implemented near Brasov.
The authors will accomplish the design, manufacturing and testing of the speed increaser for stand-alone hydropower stations in the framework of the research project "Innovative mechatronic systems for micro hydrostations, meant to the efficient exploitation of hydrological potential from off-grid sites", ID_140.