Most prisons issue incident reports on a sliding scale from 100 series (highest severity) to 400 series (lowest severity).
Aid will be offered on a sliding scale—families making less would pay less.
In France, parents pay for their childcare on a sliding scale based on their income—the rest is subsidized by the government.
Then, I grade each destination on each of those factors, on a sliding scale from “awful” to “ideal.”
Thakor ran the numbers and showed me the results on a sliding scale that reflected a range of potential interest rates.
For three years there was to be a lowered duty on a sliding scale, and then the ports were to be opened entirely.
The reduction on a sliding scale is then applied to Class B owners.
This plan, in so far as it provides for a sliding scale of admissions, is in line with that proposed by Professor Gulick.
She expects him to have a sliding scale of prices for his goods as she has for her furs.
The sliding scale of brains has infinite gradations; and the gradations merge insensibly into one another.
A set of rates that change according to a mathematical formula. The income tax, for example, is levied on a sliding scale, with the rich paying a higher percentage than the poor.