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having five units or components

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NS) (OOTC: YESBF) has said that it is aiming to grow its balance sheet almost fivefold in the next five years.
Highlights of the research included the finding that the economic downturn has only slightly tempered traffic growth, with global IP traffic expected to increase fivefold from 2008 to 2013.
85 billion and operating profit will grow more than fivefold to $260 million from $48 million.
Despite continuing trepidation on the part of some seniors, FHA statistics indicate a more than fivefold increase in reverse mortgages, from 7,700 loans in fiscal 2001 to 43,000 in fiscal 2005.
The Chinese market for hydraulic excavators has grown sharply in recent years, increasing fivefold since 1999.
A key trait of an icosahedron is fivefold symmetry.
It found that the concentration required for inhibition of half the oxidation was about fivefold less for PomElla than for vitamin E or pure ellagic acid.
In 2004, we expect to increase this fivefold to 250 schools (we'll know for sure in September," Sahlein said.
In the injection molding application, a 12 cavity steel mold running a three-minute cycle at 350[degrees] to produce wiper blades, was able to run 105 cycles with a single application of W-7283, a fivefold improvement, according to the manufacturer.
In 1998, there were fewer than 1,200 hectares producing carmenere; in 2003, that number had swelled fivefold.
per capita personal income could rise fivefold, from $31,384 today to $155,632 in 2077.
This fivefold expansion dwarfed the growth in global beef production during the same period (from nineteen million to fifty-four million tons).
IBM has announced an innovative chip design that can improve performance fourfold or reduce power consumption fivefold in wireless devices compared to the state-of-the-art thin-silicon bipolar technology.
Survey research by the Federal Reserve published in 2002, for example, indicates that the use of debit and credit cards and automatic deposit and withdrawal (via the automated clearinghouse) grew fivefold from 1979 to 2000 and that the use of paper checks for payments probably peaked in the mid-1990s.
After looking at rates of pneumonia, wheezing, and recurrent colds and ear infections, Chantry and colleagues found that babies who were fully breastfed for six months--that is, they received formula on a less than daily basis--had a fivefold reduced risk of pneumonia during the first two years of life and a twofold reduced risk of recurring ear infections over babies who were fully breastfed for only four months.