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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of multiply.

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  • adj. greatly increased as by multiplication


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  • As the low-residencies have multiplied from a core of four programs two decades ago to nearly 30 now, some have found innovative ways to build identity.

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  • What eminent gifts are poured out in the days wherein we live! what light is bestowed! what pains in preaching! how is the dispensation of the word multiplied!

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  • It is a curious paradox that our very progress in multiplied capacity for production has made us individually less independent and more inter-dependent.

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  • He may have misspoke, or thinking in Fahrenheit terms multiplied by the compression to get the geothermal energy available with current technology.

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  • I think we can be a force multiplied, which is a term often used by law enforcement, where private industry serves as additional eyes and ears to help authorities to uncover these activities to protect the public, Frantz said.

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  • One contrivance, the brainchild of cashier Tench Francis, was to set up a system of pulleys by which clerks would raise and lower boxes of silver from the loan office to the vault below, a procedure calculated to “dazzle the public eye by the same piece of coin multiplied by a thousand reflectors.”

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  • "Three and four" imply sin multiplied on sin (compare Ex 20: 5; Pr 30: 15, 18, 21; "six and seven,"

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  • The “Officer Down” distress call multiplied ten fold the amount of police officers on the scene.

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  • Think of a geometric series where each term is equal to the previous term multiplied by a constant factor.

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  • Messance Recherches sur la Population, p. 142,) may authorizes us to assign an average number of 656 persons for each parish, which being again multiplied by the 770 parishes of the dioceses of

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