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ninefold

1. equal to or having nine times as many or as much
2. composed of nine parts
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Mike Leask of Rosyth landed a 100-1 winner thanks to a ninefold covering golf, rugby and football bets.
As a result, Israel's population has risen ninefold since 1948.
Meanwhile, "Cross-border data flows have grown by a factor of 45 over the past decade, and they're projected to post another ninefold increase by 2020.
He added that "since 2011, the number of unmanned aerial vehicles deployed by the Russian Defense Ministry has risen ninefold, the use of ground robots has tripled and the use of underwater robots has increased four times.
There has been a ninefold increase in deaths due to terrorism globally, rising from 3,329 in 2000 to 32,685 in 2014, according to the Global Terrorism Index 2015 report by the Institute for Economics and Peace, a think-tank based in Sydney, Australia.
In the first half of this year, some 45,000 people sought asylum in the region, almost a ninefold increase of asylum applications compared with the same period in 2014.
Mark did a PS10 ninefold and took Portsmouth, Sheffield Wednesday, Gateshead, Preston, Derby, Ipswich, Brighton, Norwich and Juventus and it paid a bumper PS5555.
It must be obvious to anyone that where immigration has increased nearly ninefold there are not enough houses, schools, hospital beds, prison places or social services to accommodate the influx of people.
Injury-time equalisers for Liverpool and Hannover helped the punter, who had placed 50p sevenfolds, eightfolds and a ninefold, scoop a huge payout.
A midsized surface MNM mine receiving 104(a) citations during two inspections in 2014 would see a ninefold increase ($1,800 to $17,500) in penalties.
Domestic demand for farming systems using information technology and the cloud is expected to expand ninefold to 60 billion yen ($586 million) by 2020, according to market research firm Seed Planning, as farmers fret over the impact of climate change on their crops.
Moreover, if a participant had a knee injury 1 year before the study outcome, the risk of accelerated OA rose ninefold (OR, 9.