thirtyfold


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thirtyfold

(ˈθɜːtɪˌfəʊld)
adj
thirty times as many
adv
by a factor of thirty
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Such companies represented just 2% of lettings outside 'Big Tech' in the 2012-2014 period, but this has risen to 23%, a more than thirtyfold increase in square feet terms.
In a quarter of a century, China went from producing 2 percent of global manufacturing output to 25 percent, grew its GDP thirtyfold, and lifted 750 million people out of povertyAaAaAeA an achievement never seen in t history of the world.
2002: US doctors prescribe roughly 23 times more OxyContin than they did in 1996; sales of the drug have increased more than thirtyfold.
But simply holding a diversified basket of stocks like an index fund has doubled its value in seven years, increased by eightfold in 20 years, and by thirtyfold in 35 years.
Astronomers expect ASKAP to eventually map some 70 million radio sources--a thirtyfold increase over the current number.
The initial findings from the USZPR represent an approximate twentyfold increase in Zika virus-associated birth defects among pregnant women with laboratory evidence of possible recent Zika virus infection, with an approximate thirtyfold increase in brain abnormalities and/or microcephaly.
5 percent of market capitalization, having increased thirtyfold since 2012.
amp;nbsp; We've multiplied solar power more than thirtyfold.
This device, made of the semiconductor indium phosphide (InP), also can boost the power of a wide swath of incoming signals some thirtyfold (thats what the 15 dB GAIN spec in the poster indicates).
But some seed fell on rich soil, and produced fruit, a hundred or sixty or thirtyfold.
When the measure of success is a thirtyfold return, then the difference between a portfolio company that is a complete loss and one that "goes sideways" is immaterial.