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Synonyms for fourfold

four times as great or many

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having four units or components

by a factor of four

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Above me, the sky; beneath me, the earth; out of me, the event of being (Ereignis); away from, but dependent on this event, the gods: this 'is' the fourfold following Heidegger.
Watson finds that in the early church Origen most clearly articulated how the fourfold canonical gospel holds together.
Forecasting models predict flood damage losses to increase fourfold for Europe; annual flood costs may be [euro];23.5 billion by 2050
We begin by addressing Dancy's second argument--that apeiron cannot be read as having the same meaning in both the Heavenly Tradition and the Fourfold Division--both because he admits that his first argument is inconclusive, and because our discussion of this term puts us in a better position to address the third and fourth arguments.
Silicon atoms mainly form threefold, fourfold, fivefold, and sixfold coordination structures, and fourfold silicon atoms account for the greatest proportion.
Over the past three decades, the percentage of poor children has increased more than fourfold, from 8.1 percent in 1980 to 35.6 percent in 2011.
NUMBER OF BREWERIES INCREASED FOURFOLD Since CAMRA was founded the number of breweries operating in the UK has grown fourfold to over 840 breweries.
Summary: The number of 16 to 24-year-olds claiming unemployment benefit for more than 12 months has increased fourfold since before the recession.
Summary: Today Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) announced the results of the annual CiscoEeA Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast, 2009-2014, which projects that global Internet traffic will increase more than fourfold to 767 exabytes, or more than 3/4 of a Zettabyte, by 2014.
Based on blood assays taken before and 4 weeks after administration of the Fluarix 2007/2008 formula, 88% of 71 community-dwelling older adults (mean age 85 years) failed to mount a fourfold antibody response to any of the three virus strains present in the trivalent influenza vaccine (TIV).
Based on blood assays taken before and 4 weeks after administration of the Fluarix 2007/2008 formula, 88% of 71 community-dwelling older adults, mean age 85 years, failed to mount a fourfold antibody response to any of the three virus strains present in the trivalent influenza vaccine (TIV).
Having described Heidegger's analysis in the Bremen lectures of the thinghood of a jug he writes: "Whereas Plato, Aristotle, and all later thinkers failed to notice the thinghood of things Heidegger tells us that this neglected thinghood has a fourfold structure.
In a statement, SAMHSA Administrator Terry Cline, Ph.D., said the most recent statistics indicate that methadone poisoning deaths have increased nearly fourfold from 786 deaths in 1999 to 3,849 deaths in 2004, and that they were on track to increase in 2005.
The rise of Korea Holiness Church in relation to the American Holiness movement; Wesley's "Scriptual holiness" and the "Fourfold Gospel".
In Tunisia, for example, the price for irrigation water has increased fourfold over the last decade.