sextuple


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sextuple

(of musical time or rhythm) having six beats per bar
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We're also planning to split the sextuple system of Castor.
This would put the copyright term for photographs on the same footing as that for books and may, effectively, sextuple the period of protection from 20 years to 120.
We say double up but actually it's a case of sextuple up.
They suggest that Mizar and Alcor form a probable sextuple system, making it the second-closest sextuplet to us after the Castor system, at 82 and 53 light-years, respectively.
Le detenteur du record d'Afrique a nettement devance le Sud-Africain Chris Harmse, le sextuple champion d'Afrique age de 41 ans, et le Marocain Driss Barid.
The researchers at Strategic Analytics predict mobile video consumption will nearly sextuple to 8.6 exabytes of data in 2017 from 1.5 exabytes in 2013.
Within twelve years China could more than sextuple its world market share and catapult itself to rank 1.
Le quadruple champion olympique et sextuple champion du monde se trouvait dans une presidentielle oE avait egalement pris place Jacques Rogge, president du CIO.
Le MAS, sextuple vainqueur du prestigieux trophee (1989, 1992, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2008), a valide son ticket aux depens du Wydad Casablanca, quintuple vainqueur de la competition (1962, 1974, 1986, 1998, 2000) apres une victoire a l'aller (64-54) et une defaite en match retour (57-61).
By the same fashion, recovered cell sheets were successfully layered up to sextuple layer.
According to statistics compiled by FSC, Taiwan's average yearly credit-card spending is around NT$ 80,000 (US$ 2666.66), versus NT$500,000 on VISA Infinite cards or almost sextuple the former.