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escalator clause -- a provision of an agreement that provides for automatic adjustments in payments based on an economic index that neither party to the agreement controls. Typical escalator clauses provide for increases in wages based on increases in the cost of living index, or higher rent or other charges based on high fuel or maintenance costs.
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