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eightfold

1. equal to or having eight times as many or as much
2. composed of eight parts
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A new report shows large employers spent $2.6 billion to treat opioid addiction and overdoses in 2016, an eightfold increase since 2004.
In the pages of "Enlightened Eating: The Eightfold Path to Health" Dr.
Among the entries are analytic statements, Black theology, the Eightfold Path, idols and idolatry, Thomas More (1477-1535), Richard Rorty (1931-2007), soteriology, and wisdom.
Non-cash payments in Azerbaijan increased eightfold as a result of tourist flow during the Baku Shopping Festival.
An eye-watering eightfold increase in the value of the volatile cryptocurrency since the start of the year has led to muliple warnings that the market is in a bubble, and institutional investors are broadly staying away.
The prescription for ending suffering is known as the eightfold path, which are eight aspects of life that lead to enlightenment.
Thefts of pugs, fetching up to PS1,500, leapt eightfold between 2014 and 2016.
While the laser was treating the hair, the particle counters recorded a eightfold increase in ultrafine-particle concentrations, compared with ambient room baseline; this occurred even with a smoke evacuator within 5 cm of the procedure site.
All were good but the best came from Matt Mulligan of Motherwell who landed an eightfold.
However, the agency report also notes that the possible sevenfold to eightfold increase in capacity would require the average yearly additions to more than double, from 47GW in 2015 to over 100GW for the next 14 years.
In the last year, sales at supermarkets rose by 34 per cent to a fizzpopping PS365million - the latest hike in an eightfold increase since 2012.
Since 2010, gas flowing from the Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale alone has increased eightfold, from about 2 billion cubic feet per day to 16 Bcf/d, while other US shale basins have seen less dramatic but still impressive growth thanks largely to hydraulic fracturing," according to Petroleum Intelligence Weekly.