Hence the quest for ten-year balance, and the promise of pain on every front except (of course) marginal tax rates.
That marginal revenue doesn't equal marginal cost for profit maximization?
Without IP, classic economic tells us that the marginal price would naturally quickly fall towards zero.
Domestically, he understood that marginal tax rates were too high.
There is a definite change in a celebrity's marginal utility from an unexpected weight gain or loss.
marginal spines numerous, thirty to forty, bristle-shaped, nearly half as long as the radius of the disk.
Paul's marginal note to this is, "Compare Browning's 'Prospice.'"
MS. ghura, the 1st, but this is corrected to 16th by a marginal note.
It is a copy of 'Clavigo,' with Herder's marginal suggestions.
It cannot be classed as a forest bird but seems to prefer openings and marginal woodlands.
marginal mar·gin·al (mär'jə-nəl)
Of, relating to, located at, or constituting a margin, a border, or an edge.
Marginally within a lower standard or limit of quality.
Relating to or located at the fringe of consciousness.
1. Extremely small. "A marginal increase in core can decrease GC time drastically." In everyday terms, this means that it is a lot easier to clean off your desk if you have a spare place to put some of the junk while you sort through it.
2. Of extremely small merit. "This proposed new feature seems rather marginal to me."
3. Of extremely small probability of winning. "The power supply was rather marginal anyway; no wonder it fried."