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increase (something) from (something)

To expand something or make it larger. We really need to increase this photo from an 8x10—is that possible? You really need to increase your 401k contribution from a measly $20 a month.
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REBNY's Cooperative and Condominium Reports, the most comprehensive available for the Manhattan market, reported that the Downtown area (South of 42nd Street) had the highest neighborhood median sales price for condominiums at $849,000, a 27% increase from last year.
For multiemployer-plan companies that have defined benefit plans, the flat-rate premiums increase from $2.60 to $8.00 per plan participant.
That would mean a 44% increase from 1996 to 2006, and a rise in tissue capacity from less than 5 million metric tons/yr to just less than 7 million metric tons/yr.
Including the offenses surrounding the events of September 11, 2001, preliminary data show that the 2001 Crime Index remains at the 2 percent increase from the 2000 figure; the volume of violent crime increased .6 percent; and the murder volume increased 26.4 percent.
The biggest increase in the deployment of fiber by the local exchange carries (LECs) is projected to be in the residential access area, with an increase from 322,000 miles in 1999 to 2.2 million miles in 2003, exhibiting a compound annual growth rate of more than 61 percent.
Example 1: A taxpayer (T) has made $900,000 in taxable gifts through 1997 and intends to make $25,000 (the incremental increase from 1997 to 1998 in the applicable exclusion amount) in taxable gifts in 1998.
Figure 5 shows that the temperature increase from 100 [degrees] C (212 [degrees] F) to 125 [degrees] C (257 [degrees] F) lower viscosity significantly for a typical rubber (note that viscosity is on a log scale).
On November 15, 1994, the Board of Governors approved an increase from 4 to 4 3/4 percent in the discount rate, and in line with the Committee's decision the increase was allowed to show through fully to interest rates in reserve markets.
Exports accelerated to an 8.7-percent increase from a 4.1-percent increase; imports accelerated to a 13.7-percent increase from a 10.7-percent increase.
The 1994 budget request for EOS represents a 28 percent increase from this year, reflecting a surge in costs as the construction process kicks into high gear.
sourcing of parts will increase from both traditional U.S.
Mackenzie has announced that the provincial government intends to increase Ontario's minimum wage to 60 per cent of the industrial average wage by 1995, starting with an increase from $5.40 per hour to $6 per hour on Nov.
There were industry rumors of an impending PBT price increase from a leading supplier at press time in mid-January, but these could not be confirmed.
On the West Side, median prices for condominiums hit $650,000 per unit, an increase from $590,000 in 2003.
As a result, the consumption of solution SBR is expected to increase from 113 kt in 1995 to 172 kt by the year 2000 (8.8% p.a.).