gain in

gain in something

to advance in a particular quality. Todd grew in stature and gained in wisdom. Mary gained in experience as the weeks went on.
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gain in

v.
To increase with respect to something: The athlete gained in strength, but lost in agility.
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What we gain in power is lost in time, and the converse.
7 billion underwriting gain in the first three quarters of 2004, representing a 190.
Examine your portfolio: If you have a large net capital gain in 2004, you might want to consider reducing your tax liability by selling some stock that will generate a loss before year-end.
Dramatic improvements in underwriting performance by the nation's property and casualty insurers led to the first underwriting gain in nearly seven years.
In Steve Harmon's analysis, the Enter The Matrix title could be a huge hit, so there may be a short-term gain in IFGM.
It also features more than 100 film quality effects (8, 16 and 32 bits per channel), accessible through an intuitive graph-based interface, combining to represent an unparalleled gain in creative and productive potential.
1 million gain in the company's asset valuation reserve, a $700,000 increase in non-admitted assets, and $6.
It also features over 65 film quality effects (8 and 16 bit) accessible through an intuitive graph-based interface, combining to represent an unparalleled gain in creative and productive potential.
The ARA2005 is designed with a digitally controlled precision step attenuator to control gain in the reverse path.
We will be working together to utilize our mutual strengths - Shipstone's strength in wireless technology, and our background in automated services - to marry the two and grow as wireless technology continues to gain in importance.