multiplicate

mul·tip·li·cate

 (mŭl-tĭp′lĭ-kĭt)
adj.
1. Having more than one layer or fold, as some shells.
2. Multiple.

[Middle English, from Latin multiplicātus, past participle of multiplicāre, to multiply; see multiply1.]

multiplicate

(ˈmʌltɪplɪˌkeɪt)
adj
rare manifold
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Diversi autori mai remarcau faptul ca presiunile de ajustare a mandatului, structurii si personalului la noile misiuni nu si-au redus spectrul la aparatul central, ci s-au extins si asupra ministerelor de linie, provocarile reformei fiind multiplicate de marimea si complexitatea birocrasiei guvernamentale, precum si de mostenirea practicilor si culturii organizasionale comuniste, acumulandu-se astfel tensiuni intre nevoile de autonomie institusionala si unele tendinte centraliste (2).
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Intra- and interassay imprecisions, assessed from the SD of multiplicates of various serum samples with low, medium, and high T content (4 pool sera for interassay and interassay imprecisions), are summarized in Table 2.