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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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NetSuite and Ninefold are the 2 highest rated cloud services vendors for local organisations and MNC's respectively" mentioned Harpur.
The combined effect of gestational diabetes and low socioeconomic status was linked with a statistically significant, ninefold increased rate of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children when they reached age 6 years, Alexandra S.
Current smokers of fewer than 15 cigarettes daily had a ninefold higher risk, and past smokers had a threefold higher risk.
Since 1800, Ridley points out, the world population of human beings has risen sixfold--from 1 billion to over 6 billion--yet in the same period, average life expectancy has more than doubled and average real income has risen ninefold.
wireless trade association CTIA -- a ninefold increase since 2000.
Between 2001 and 2005, according to IMF data, the surplus among emerging market and developing economies increased ninefold.
Those with relatives diagnosed before the age of 50 years had a more than ninefold higher incidence.
The death rates of children with HIV have decreased ninefold since doctors started prescribing cocktails of antiretroviral drugs in the mid-1990s, concludes a large-scale study of the long-term outcomes of children and adolescents with HIV in the United States.
Department of Justice and SEC took in more than $924 million in fines for FCPA violations--an ninefold increase over the $100 million collected in 2007.
Given such a standpoint, and the fact that a ninefold increase of the urban population occurred within Europe between the mid-1700s and the eve of World War I, Andrew Lees and Lynn Hollen Lees in Cities and the Making of Modern Europe, 1750-1914 contend that urbanization should be recognized alongside the "dual revolutions" of democracy and industrialization as forming the cultural bedrock that did, and still does, define the character of the European continent (p.
3), which are distributed according to normal low, there were determined such scatter limits: fourfold, ninefold, sixteenfold.
Global soybean production increased ninefold between 1965 and 2005, from 30 million to 270 million tons, according to the Chicago Board of Trade.