The more secure you get, the more you simplify.
When you get more cases, you get more hospitalisations.
We need to have more hospitals, more doctors, more nurses.
“There’s more racism, more misunderstanding, more divisions.
I’m just craving more and more experiences, more and more perspectives.”
Large dogs can also be more expensive to insure because they require more medication, which can cost more.
Similarly, the more customers use AWS, the more Amazon can invest in new services, which attract more customers.
“More context, more connection, and more time mean more people, more experience, more money.
"As I joined the board and helped the board solve standard things going on at Mongo, I got to know the people more and more and more," Porter said.
It gets dangerous when the taste of having more — more money, more power, more prestige — increases ambition faster than satisfaction."
More food, more money, more friends, more sex, more stuff, more time, more attention.
When people comment the post gets promoted by the algorithm, then more people see it, more people engage, and it just gets more and more popular.
“And now it’s more reasonable for us to assume that there’s going to be more police killings, more cases like Walter Scott, more cases caught on video that spark protests.”
There are more furrows to plough, more diversity, more skills, more tools, more technological advances, more potential readers than there’s ever been.
The eye of the spirit can nowhere find more dazzling brilliance and more shadow than in man; it can fix itself on no other thing which is more formidable, more complicated, more mysterious, and more infinite.
Over the years, technology and economics have produced more and more ways of occupying people's leisure hours: more television channels, more magazines, more theme parks, and now video games, chatrooms and all the other delights of the digital age.
"They're really unrelated events to the long-term fundamental part of bitcoin that is so attractive, which is more uses, more adoption, more widespread ownership, more wallets, more people with 0.1 or more bitcoin in their wallet."
It is getting more and more difficult to deploy people into these places, it is getting more and more difficult to keep them safe when they are there and it is getting more and more difficult to ensure they survive, let alone recover in crises.”
“But, you know, we’ve got to be careful because the more cases you get, even though on a one-to-one basis it’s not more virulent, meaning it doesn’t make you more sick or more likely to die, just by numbers alone the more cases you have, the more hospitalisations you’re going to have,” he added.
While we live we learn, (while we live we learn,) While we learn we grow, (while we learn we grow,) And the more we grow, (and the more we grow,) So the more we know, (so the more we know,) And the more we know, (and the more we know,) Then the readier we will be For all life's big adventures And all life's mysteries.
- used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs, indicates that the adjective or adverb is more of something
Example: more interesting
- (comparative of `much' used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning greater in size or amount or extent or degree; above; more than
Example: more land
- comparative of much; to a greater degree or extent
Example: he works more now
- (comparative of `many' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning greater in number
Example: a hall with more seats
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