eight-fold


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Adj.1.eight-fold - having eight units or components
multiple - having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual; "multiple birth"; "multiple ownership"; "made multiple copies of the speech"; "his multiple achievements in public life"; "her multiple personalities"; "a pineapple is a multiple fruit"
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Figures show convictions for crimes under a law to prosecute internet "trolls" have increased eight-fold in a decade.
As a result, the Middle East and Africa is set to post the world's highest cloud traffic growth rate, increasing more than eight-fold from 31 exabytes in 2013 to 262 exabytes in 2018, according to theCisco Global Cloud Index.
Citing Cisco's Global Cloud Index, Hammoudi said the Middle East and Africa (MEA) are set to post the world's highest cloud traffic growth rate, increasing more than eight-fold from 31 exabytes in 2013 to 262 exabytes in 2018.
S mobile networks will grow almost eight-fold by 2018 as demand for Internet-Connected devices skyrockets.
Paramedics pointed to an eight-fold increase in calls so far this week.
At 2-1, 19-5, 28-1, 16-1, 5-1, 17-2, 9-2 and 9-1, the eight-fold pays roughly 22,255,992-1 - I suggest no more than a speculative tenner.
1985 Hundreds of North-East workers were celebrating after seeing their money increase more than eight-fold - since taking over their company.
Deutsche Bank had reported an eight-fold surge in its pre-tax profit from investment banking.
Darlington normally attract several hundred supporters to away games, increasing the average home attendance figures for their rivals seven or eight-fold.
The eight-fold increase in stationary traffic monitoring devices was reported Wednesday by private TV station bTV.
In just seven years MWA's sales have increased eight-fold and its workforce has grown from two to 23 people with recruitment continuing.
A study found that spending on electronic products increased eight-fold since 1997, while twice as much is spent on clothing, but the UK is weak and reliant on imports in both these areas, said the report.