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twofold

1. equal to twice as many or twice as much; double
2. composed of two parts; dual
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As a result of the excise tax hike, the average difference between low-price and high-price cigarettes shrank nearly two-fold, from nearly BGN 4 in 2008 to around BGN 2 in 2012, making expensive cigarettes more attractive to smokers.
Summary: Krasnoyarsk, Jumada II 26, 1432, May 29, 2011, SPA -- The area consumed by wildfire in Russia&'s Siberian regions has decreased more than two-fold over the past 24 hours, a spokesman for the regional emergencies centre told Itar-Tass on Sunday.
5 billion USD respectively, which means a two-fold rise in exports and 90-fold rise in imports
Summary: ABU DHABI u The 2010 Zayed Future Energy Prize has received a significant two-fold increase in international interest, a Press release said.
Summary: As a conclusion to two-fold fund-raising campaigns launched in aid of Gaza victims, du, the UAE's integrated telecom service provider, today handed-over the collected proceeds to UAE Red Crescent.
LAS VEGAS - Oscar De La Hoya and Bernard Hopkins on Saturday made a two-fold announcement here regarding their future together as fighter and promoter and as business partners.
95) provides a two-fold survey of hair coloring: it opens with a survey of Revlon's history of color and innovation, the moves to chapters color-coded by color which offer beauty advice, step-by-step application and treatment hints, and more.
Use of drugs such as marijuana, LSD, and cocaine was associated with increased risk of N-ras mutation (three-fold higher risk for maternal use and two-fold higher risk for paternal use).
An emission model representing this two-fold dependence has been developed for use as a predictive tool.
The enhancements made to the Switchless T-coil system occurred in a two-fold process.
Since the new design was implemented, a two-fold reduction in total scrap has been realized, saving Walker $38,475 in just the first six months.
Kitaj sets herself a two-fold task in presenting her interviews with 26 women, all senior citizens who developed successful careers in science or the arts before the second wave of feminism began with the 1970s women's movement, Kitaj attempts to relate their stories and then to use their experiences to encourage young women to see them as "paper mentors.