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eleven

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and one
2. a numeral 11, XI, etc., representing this number
3. a team of 11 players in football, cricket, hockey, etc.
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My claim that there are no previouslyknown examples of substitution tilings with elevenfold rotational symmetry would seem to contradict this previous work, but in fact there is no contradiction; instead the confusion lies in differing interpretations of n-fold symmetry in a tiling space.
My claim that there are no previously-known examples of substitution tilings with elevenfold rotational symmetry would seem to contradict this previous work, but in fact there is no contradiction; instead the confusion lies in differing interpretations of n-fold symmetry in a tiling space.
It asked Morales to personally sit down and negotiate the minimum-wage increase, demanding it go from US$100 a month to US$1,100, an elevenfold increase.
Census Bureau reports that the over-65-years-old population increased elevenfold between 1900 and 2000, compared to a threefold increase in the nonelderly population (Hobbs, 2001).
Community college enrollment grew elevenfold between 1960 and 2005, but funding levels didn't keep pace with the colleges' educational challenges or their growing importance to the state's system of higher education.
The number of admissions to drug treatment programs by people listing marijuana as their primary addiction has risen astronomically in the city, from 1,374 in 1991 to 17,323 in 2007, an elevenfold increase.
During the twentieth century, the number of people 65 years of age and older in the United States increased elevenfold as compared with only a threefold increase for younger people.
It also reported 242 cases of forced prostitution, which was "an elevenfold increase from 2000.
In the past eight years, the stock has increased elevenfold.
In 2002, the richest decile of families with children enjoyed an average annual income $171,500 greater than the average income of the poorest decile, an elevenfold advantage.
Others chalk it up to a sea change in family economics over the past three decades: a period that has seen men's wages stagnate and housing bidding wars drive home prices up more than elevenfold.