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fifty

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five
2. a numeral, 50, L, etc., representing this number
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Google has found that when a person gets a smartphone, the number of searches they make increases fiftyfold.
Barely over half a century old and in constant conflict with its neighbors, Israel has nonetheless managed to increase its GDP fiftyfold since its inception.
To wit: Fishermen catch one-tenth as much bluefin tuna today as they did in 1970, and the wholesale price of the coveted sushi fish has increased more than fiftyfold, from 14 cents per pound in 1970 to more than $7 in 2008.
Bilateral trade between the two regions multiplied fiftyfold between 1980 and 2005, quintupling between 2000 and 2006 from $10bn to $55bn.
81) Thus, imports have exceeded exports by about fiftyfold, as the emirate has never had a strong non-oil manufacturing base.
Their capacity to borrow, invest, and repay had increased fiftyfold in ten years.
The twelvefold increase in influence relative to the national population does not compensate for the fiftyfold decrease in influence that accompanies delegation to a much larger polity.
In the Human Genome Sequencing Center at Baylor College of Medicine, investigators Petrosino and Weinstock have sequenced the Francisella tularensis genome at a previously unfathomable greater than fiftyfold coverage.
Its sales tax receipts were up a respectable 11 percent, but its use tax receipts increased fiftyfold, from a mere $44,150 in 2004 to almost $2.