twelvefold


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twelvefold

(ˈtwɛlvˌfəʊld)
adj
1. equal to or having twelve times as many or as much
2. composed of twelve parts
adv
by or up to twelve times as many or as much
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Sick Sensor Intelligence, which has had its North American campus in Bloomington since 1997, is proposing to build a 614,000-square-foot campus next to MOA that would increase its space in the city twelvefold. The company would spend more than $100 million to build the campus in phases and would employ 1,546 workers if fully built out, according to a city staff report.
The company increased revenue twelvefold. Tech Air's EBITDA increased 19 times.
jumping up several levels in terms of budgets -- twelvefold, in fact.
Over the past year the share of contactless transactions using Sberbank card at merchant acquiring points grew twelvefold to 18% by the end of the year.
In our study, we observed a twelvefold increase in DcX-positive cells, mainly around the CA1 area of the hippocampi, which may have contributed to restore plasticity and related learning and memory processes.
The researchers predicted that in less than 20 years, summers at lower elevations could last one to three weeks longer, and the risk from wildfires will increase up to twelvefold.
The Milngavie punter collected PS1364.86 for a PS4 twelvefold that included mostly odds-on shots and Luton who were 5-2 at Gillingham.
And the state owned FMCG network has succeeded in steadily reducing its losses in a few months-almost twelvefold!
[7,8] In a case controlled study of children after cardiac surgery, human rhinovirus infection was associated with a twelvefold increase in the probability of extubation failure, a threefold increase in duration of PICU stay, and a twofold increase in length of hospital stay.
"What we're trying to do is increase that ten- or twelvefold, which means getting someone to start using the app every month, and eventually every day."
According to the African Development Bank (AfDB), investments in wind power in Africa are projected to increase twelvefold over the next decade.
The growth in the size of the navy was considerable--a fivefold rise in manpower (16,450 to 78,892) and twelvefold budgetary increase (187,000,000 RM to 2,389,000,000 RM) between 1932 and 1939; MGFA, BuildUp of German Aggression, pp.