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Example Sentences for "increase"

Electrical output in this country is sometimes inadequate during a cold winter, due to the increase in demand.

The union has rejected the offer of a 2% salary increase as completely inadequate.

Despite what many people think, coffee doesn't help to sober up a drunk person, and may actually increase the adverse effects of alcohol.

Before Christmas, toy manufacturers advertise on every television station so that they can increase their sales.

We aren't sure yet how the increase in interest rates will affect our sales.

The boss replied in the affirmative to my request for an increase to our budget.

There has been an alarming increase in the number of traffic deaths this past summer.

The new budget allocates an increase of over a billion dollars to the Ministry of Health.

The results of the latest opinion poll have given the government new ammunition in their determination to increase the education budget.

The government has cut taxes, so the amount of money on your paycheck will increase slightly.

Goethe once said that difficulties increase the nearer we approach our goal.

Some athletes take drugs which artificially increase their heart rate and reaction time.

Experts attribute the improvement in the economy to a global trend which has resulted in an increase in exports.

If we don't increase our sales dramatically in the next few months, we will go bankrupt.

The sudden increase in the price of oil nearly bankrupted the company.

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