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forty

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and four
2. a numeral, 40, XL, etc., representing this number
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That spending is almost eight times the total spent by acquirers prior to 2014 and represents a fortyfold increase over 2013.
anfeald 'single', eahtafeald 'eightfold', endlyfenfeald 'elevenfold', feowerfeald 'fourfold', feowertigfeald 'fortyfold', fiffeald 'fivefold', fiftigfeald 'fiftyfold', fi[??]erfeald 'fourfold', hundseofontigfeald 'seventyfold', hundseofontigseofonfeald 'seventy-sevenfold', hundteontigfeald 'hundredfold', nigonfeald 'ninefold', seofonfeald 'sevenfold', siexfeald 'sixfold', sixtigfeald 'sixtyfold', tienfeald 'tenfold', twentigfeald 'twentyfold', twelffeald 'twelvefold', prifeald 'threefold', pritigfeald 'thirtyfold', pasendfeald 'thousandfold'
Previous studies have shown that the hearts of Burmese pythons can grow in mass by 40 percent within 24 to 72 hours after a large meal, and that metabolism immediately after swallowing prey can shoot up by fortyfold. As big around as telephone poles, adult Burmese pythons can swallow prey as large as deer, have been known to reach a length of 27 feet and are able to fast for up to a year with few ill effects.
The lab has seen a fortyfold performance improvement on a 40-core Xeon implementation.
The HIV epidemic has increased the burden and severity of childhood pneumococcal pneumonia and invasive disease fortyfold.
Featured will be everything from the ancient Fortyfold to the Maris Piper and Felside Hero.
Visitors will be able to learn about everything from the ancient Fortyfold to the silky smooth Maris Piper and Felside Hero.
Between 1996 and 2003, the global area planted with GM crops increased fortyfold to cover 67.7 million hectares in 2003.
The nearly fortyfold net increase in the nominal OITP index over this period stands in stark contrast to the net increase of about 40 percent in the real OITP index that was noted earlier.