Examples of fourfold in a Sentence
There has been a fourfold increase in membership this year.
Recent Examples of fourfold from the Web
That compares with $5,238.13 for the same bundle of services provided by Stanford physicians and $8,049.84 when the doctors are employed by University of California-San Francisco — a fourfold difference.
Pitching legislation that would increase a tax deduction for business startups by fourfold, U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin was in Milwaukee on Saturday to meet with a group of entrepreneurs.
His answer is fourfold: Look at all the Italian restaurants in the U.S. Look at all the Italian immigrants.
But 25 percent of apartments built so far this decade in Greater Seattle have central A/C — a fourfold increase over the old days.
The McKinsey and Business of Fashion report forecasts annual online sales of luxury fashion will increase fourfold to 12% of total sales in 2020 from an anemic 3% in 2010.
Fox’s coverage brought the network a fourfold increase in ratings.
Stricter criminal laws have left over 20 million Americans with felony convictions and prison records — a fourfold increase from 30 years earlier.
Additional research in 2006 published in the American Journal of Sports Medicine, found a fourfold increase in risk for having a surgical history, when throwing more than 80 pitches per game.
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