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  1. increasedadjective

    made greater in size or amount or degree

    slashed, faded, small, decreased, minimized, shriveled, diminished, belittled, remittent, shrivelled, bated, cut, reduced, attenuated, ablated, weakened, shrunken, attenuate

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  1. Stefan Worrall:

    The rally we're experiencing today is based in part on the latest Brexit polls showing that the 'remain' votes have moved further ahead, the other factor is strong U.S. housing data and comments coming out of the U.S. that have increased confidence that there could be a June rate-hike.

  2. Dominic Bunning:

    In the short term, the seeming Greek resolution is probably providing a little bit of positivity for European currencies, particularly against the euro, the medium-term picture of the zloty is cautious - policy remains very dovish for the foreseeable future, on top of that you have increased political risk going into October with the elections, and that risk premium is not really priced in.

  3. Kevin McCarthy:

    The collateral damage from Biden’s border crisis extends beyond the inhumane and crowded conditions at migrant facilities, the gross mismanagement of the crisis has also put Americans ’ safety in danger, as we witnessed recently by the two suspected terrorists who were recently apprehended, and it poses health risks to our own citizens. Just in the first quarter of 2021, the amount of fentanyl seized at the border increased by an alarming rate of 233 % from the same time period last year.

  4. Daniel Blower:

    It has always been a problem, but my hunch is that (drowsy driving) has probably increased.

  5. Magnus Taylor:

    Uganda has seen increased levels of authoritarianism in the last decade, this has come in waves, most evident during election period when a generally strident opposition has clashed against the President's anti-democratic tendencies.

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