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Under Lore, Walmart has also expanded its online merchandise catalog eightfold, while giving small merchants selling on Amazon another marketplace option to try to diversify their businesses.Walmart’s e-commerce chief is leaving to build “a city of the future”|Jason Del Rey|January 15, 2021|Vox
As Elon addresses the car-bound crowd on this day, Tesla’s stock price has shot up eightfold in 12 months, in part owing to an August stock split that whipped investors into a frenzy.Elon Musk’s rocket ride|Andrew Nusca|December 2, 2020|Fortune
With more than 1 billion users globally, the firm’s valuation has already surged eightfold over the past five years.Alibaba’s first HR head is about to get $5 billion richer|Claire Zillman, reporter|October 29, 2020|Fortune
Such orders rose eightfold last quarter over the year-earlier quarter.Target is setting up a reservations system to manage lines on peak holiday shopping days|Phil Wahba|October 22, 2020|Fortune
During your tenure as CFO at Home Depot you worked with five CEOs and helped sales increase almost eightfold to over $110 billion.The holidays used to be UPS’s busiest time. Then came COVID-19|Aaron Pressman|October 19, 2020|Fortune
One hedge fund boosted the number of shares it would sell almost eightfold.Zuckerberg Bombshell: Did Facebook Bankers Secretly Slash Forecasts Before IPO?|Dan Lyons|May 22, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The shop area of the ammunition shops alone has been increased eightfold since the outbreak of war.The War on All Fronts: England's Effort|Mrs. Humphry Ward
The eightfold noble path of righteousness Delivers from all evil: it will bring Sweet peace of mind and leadeth to Nirvana.
We must make up our minds and walk On the eightfold noble path of righteousness.
He has expertly mastered the various pranayamas 7-1 of the ancient eightfold yoga outlined by Patanjali.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
They never once met the English in open field; but always, even if eightfold in numbers, fled timorously before infantry.