These efforts helped shepherd the economy into expansion and reversed a worrying fall in inflation expectations toward deflation.
It all came packed inside a single crate, complete with an engine and an inflation compressor.
To explain the discrepancies, astronomers devised the concept of inflation.
Unfortunately the craft's balloon ripped and collapsed shortly after inflation, so a new launch was scheduled for autumn.
But over the years, the health benefits they were promised have eroded both due to inflation and cutbacks.
Yet this increased revenue has not eased economic hardships, which include double-digit unemployment and inflation.
These guys start with a different model of the universe called eternal inflation.
The vast influx of gold and silver was no different than the inflation of a fiat currency.
The problem with inflation is that it needs an additional theory to explain why it occurs and that's ugly.
inflation was kept in check because the money supply was strictly tied to the average lease value of the land.
British Dictionary definitions for inflation
the act of inflating or state of being inflated
(economics) a progressive increase in the general level of prices brought about by an expansion in demand or the money supply (demand-pull inflation) or by autonomous increases in costs (cost-push inflation) Compare deflation
mid-14c., from L. inflationem (nom. inflatio), noun of action from inflare "blow into, puff up," from in- "into" + flare "to blow" (see blow (v.1)). Monetary sense of "enlargement of prices" (originally by an increase in the amount of money in circulation) first recorded 1838 in Amer.Eng.