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sixfold

1. equal to or having six times as many or as much
2. composed of six parts
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However, "there was a sixfold greater risk for a CHD event in women with prevalent coronary artery calcification compared with women [who had] no detectable coronary calcium," which remained significant after the data were adjusted to account for age, ethnicity, body mass index, cholesterol levels, hypertension, smoking, estrogen use, and statin use.
If approved, the changes would allow year-round events and a sixfold increase in race attendance on the combined 26-acre complex.
The stock price of UFJ Holdings has been on the rise recently, marking a sixfold jump over the past six months.
American Home was selected for the list based on its strong earnings per share and sixfold revenue growth over the past four years.
Along with statistics showing that spam in Australia increased sixfold from 2001 to 2002, the report lays out a case for anti-spam legislation and outlines a host of technical approaches to 'managing spam.
A NEW environment scheme urges the NorthWest to increase its use of green energy sixfold.
E-mail usage has jumped more than sixfold, with employees now sending an average of 20 e-mails and receiving 30 each day.
Since 1900, there has been a 29-fold increase in heart disease deaths, compounded in the past 40 years by a sixfold increase in diabetes and a twofold increase in obesity.
In an experiment on just two grains meeting at a 24 [degrees] angle, Jochen Mannhart of the University of Augsburg in Germany and his colleagues found that a dose of calcium could boost current through the intersection sixfold.
The high-growth environment of NASDAQ is appropriate for a company like ours which has increased its sales sixfold since our Canadian IPO in 1995,'' said Leon Gosselin, Axcan's President and CEO.