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  • 1progress — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ considerable, dramatic, excellent, genuine, good, great, impressive, real, remarkable, significant …

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  • 2Progress toward degree — The Progress Toward Degree rule, commonly referred to as the 40 60 80 rule in Division I athletics, is a piece of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) legislation designed to increase retention and graduation rates of Division I… …

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  • 3progress — [n] advancement, gain advance, amelioration, anabasis, betterment, boost, break, breakthrough, buildup, course, dash, development, evolution, evolvement, expedition, flowering, growth, headway, hike, impetus, improvement, increase, journey, lunge …

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  • 4progress — 01. She has made excellent [progress] in school due to her hard work. 02. The [progression] from adolescence to adulthood is often a difficult time for young people. 03. Many Japanese corporations are known for their [progressive] management… …

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  • 5rate — rate1 /rayt/, n., v., rated, rating. n. 1. the amount of a charge or payment with reference to some basis of calculation: a high rate of interest on loans. 2. a certain quantity or amount of one thing considered in relation to a unit of another… …

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  • 6Rate of profit — In economics and finance, the profit rate is the relative profitability of an investment project, of a capitalist enterprise, or of the capitalist economy as a whole. It is similar to the concept of the rate of return on investment. In Marxian… …

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  • 7rate — I [[t]reɪt[/t]] n. v. rat•ed, rat•ing 1) the amount of a charge or payment with reference to some basis of calculation: a high rate of interest on loans[/ex] 2) a certain amount of one thing considered in relation to a unit of another thing: at… …

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  • 8Progress of the West Nile virus in the United States — The West Nile virus quickly spread across North America after its introduction in 1999. The virus is believed to have entered in an infected bird or mosquito, although there is no clear evidence. The disease spread quickly through infected birds …

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  • 9progress — Synonyms and related words: Brownian movement, Great Leap Forward, about face, accomplishment, achieve success, advance, advancement, advancing, alchemy, ameliorate, amelioration, amend, amendment, amplification, amplify, anabasis, angular motion …

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  • 10rate — Synonyms and related words: VAT, abuse, account, ad valorem duty, admonish, alcohol tax, alphabetize, amount, amusement tax, analyze, antecede, anyhow, anyway, apportion, appraise, appreciate, arithmetical proportion, arrange, assay, assess,… …

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  • 11progress — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. advance, growth; development, improvement. v. i. proceed, advance; grow, develop. See progression, improvement. Ant., regression. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Movement forward] Syn. progression, advance,… …

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  • 12Progress of the SARS outbreak — The following is a timeline of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).November 2002On November 16, 2002 an outbreak of what is believed to be severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), otherwise known as Yellow Pneumonia, began in the Guangdong… …

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  • 13rate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. ratio, percent, degree, proportion; rank, class; price, value; velocity. See judgment. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Ratio] Syn. proportion, degree, standard, scale, fixed amount, quota, relation,… …

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  • 14rate — I n 1. pay, payment, rent, fare, hire, freightage, towage, truckage, wharfage; percentage, commission, brokerage; duty, tax, capitation, custom, toll, tollage; price, cost, expense, charge, Commerce. quotation, Inf. damages, fee, dues;… …

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  • 15Tendency of the rate of profit to fall — The tendency of the rate of profit to fall (TRPF) is a hypothesis in economics and political economy, most famously expounded by Karl Marx in chapter 13 of Das Kapital Vol. 3. It was generally accepted in the 19th century. Economists as diverse… …

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  • 16Technical progress function — The technical progress function is a concept developed by Nicholas Kaldor to explain the rate of growth of labour productivity as a measure of technical progress:The function is described by the following statements:#The larger the rate of growth …

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  • 17Adequate Yearly Progress — Adequate Yearly Progress, or AYP, is a measurement defined by the United States federal No Child Left Behind Act that allows the U.S. Department of Education to determine how every public school and school district in the country is performing… …

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  • 18Bit rate — Bit rates Decimal prefixes (SI) Name Symbol Multiple kilobit per second kbit/s 103 megabit per second Mbit/s 106 gigabit per second Gbit/s 109 …

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  • 19Center for American Progress — Founder(s) John Podesta Type Public policy think tank Founded 200 …

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  • 20Academic Progress Rate — The Academic Progress Rate (also known as APR) is a metric established by the NCAA to measure the success or failure of collegiate athletic teams in moving student athletes towards graduation. It was instituted in February of 2005. In its first… …

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