nine-fold


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Adj.1.nine-fold - having nine 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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The cause of the dispute is linked to what happened in the cold winter of 2007-2008, when Turkmenistan, according to NIGC, took advantage of shortages in Iran and raised gas prices nine-fold, reportedly to $360 per 1,000 cubic meters from the previously agreed $40.
On 2006, during a particularly cold winter, Turkmenistan jacked up the price unilaterally by nine-fold and then shut the tap when Iran objected to the price hike from $40 to $360 per thousand cubic meters.
The telecom sector's trade volume grew more than nine-fold to 3.
Now ranked fifth behind Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft and Amazon, Tencent comes off an impressive run that saw the company's market capitalization increase nearly nine-fold over the past five years.
28 billion in October, a nine-fold increase from the P1.
Only Bahraini citizens with more than one household are obliged to pay the higher rates, which will already see more than a nine-fold increase from the present three fils per unit for domestic expat consumers and small companies.
It coincides with a nine-fold rise in livestock at Wanglang National Nature Reserve, central China, Chinese and US scientists say.
The net long position of hedge funds and money managers inCOMEX gold rose nine-fold in the two months to mid-September, helping push prices higher, but has since fallen sharply.
The apparent rate constant of the GOx-catalyzed oxidation of glucose increased two-fold at 300 MPa and 25 C, and nine-fold at 300 MPa and 63.
ISLAMABAD -- Men diagnosed with lung cancer had a nine-fold increased risk of suicides, the highest compared to breast, prostate, colorectal cancer, researchers said.
Recent industry reports from IHS and others indicate that one non-orthophthalate plasticizer, DOTP (diethylhexyl terephthalate, aka DEHT), has experienced a nine-fold increase in consumption in North America and Europe combined.
Over the past three years, the exceptional work carried out by our teams has seen our installed capacity multiply nine-fold and this new addition to the group will strengthen our position in the solar energy sector, the fastest growing of all renewable energy sectors.