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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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742 million cellphones were imported, a twofold rise compared to the same period last year.
The Government together with the factions and committees of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine agreed to increase twofold the funding to support the agricultural sector in the draft Budget for 2017 to the tune of UAH 10 billion.
NUMBERS and colours unite to give mobile gamers a grand challenge in twofold inc.
has shown there is a twofold increase in the risk of a heart attack shortly after beginning testosterone therapy among men under 65 who have a history of heart disease.
The unpublished abstract, presented at the annual congress of the European Society of Cardiology, also showed that, among patients who maintained their weight, underweight women had a twofold increase in risk of all-cause mortality while obese and overweight women had a nonsignificant but reduced risk of death, compared with normal-weight patients.
RESO" insurance company has increased its agent network almost twofold for a year, the marketing service of the
The 32-year-old was criticised last week after it was revealed he was using a scheme named Twofold First Services, reportedlyownedbyacompany based in the Cayman Islands.
Wiggins - tipped to win this year's BBC Sports Personality of the Year - made the announcement after the scheme, run from the Cayman Islands by Twofold First Services, was blasted as "abusive" by the Treasury.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, he said that the government has announced to conduct twofold entry test for taking admission in medical colleges, one for FSC students and another for A-level students which caused trouble for parents.
The basis of the recommendation is twofold -- to protect public health, especially children, and to eliminate cigarette litter,'' Gould said.
Japan and China agreed Thursday to boost air traffic between the two countries, giving them the green light to go forward with an about 20 percent increase in the volume of passenger flights and a twofold increase in the volume of cargo flights, Japanese government officials said.
African American women were willing to pay fivefold more than white women for symptom improvement, Hispanic women were willing to pay twofold more than white women, and those in the upper household income quartile were willing to pay twofold more than those in other income categories.