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  • s  having five units or components

  • Another 2001 paper, in Circulation, found a nearly fivefold increase in the risk for heart attack in the first hour after smoking marijuana--though statistically that means smoking .
  • In the same 15 years, sportcoat production has soared from an annual 700,000 to 8,000,000; output of slacks has grown fivefold, to 75 million pairs in 1954.
  • Another 2001 paper, in Circulation, found a nearly fivefold increase in the risk for heart attack in the first hour after smoking marijuanathough statistically that means .
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  • Antônio Carlos Santos in Forbes
    This was a door God opened for Apui. Today the city has grown fivefold and people are flooding in from every corner of the country,said Antonio Carlos Santos, 48, who quit his policeman job to work the mines.
  • President Bush in Forbes
    Across Afghanistan last year, the number of roadside bomb attacks doubled, direct fire attacks on international forces almost tripled and suicide bombings grew nearly fivefold,Bush said.
  • Francis Collins in guardian.co.uk
    Francis Collins, director of the NHGRI, said: "This new project will increase the sensitivity of disease discovery efforts across the genome fivefold and within gene regions at least tenfold ...... This will change the way we carry out studies of...

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