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In coming years, the living world will be far outweighed—threefold by 2040, they say, if current trends hold.Anthropocene: Human-Made Materials Now Weigh as Much as All Living Biomass, Say Scientists|Jan Zalasiewicz|December 24, 2020|Singularity Hub
Each level of the tower is an exact threefold covering of the level below it.
Since 2001, the cost to sequence a whole human genome has plummeted exponentially, outpacing Moore’s Law threefold.A Renaissance of Genomics and Drugs Is Extending Human Longevity|Peter H. Diamandis, MD|June 26, 2020|Singularity Hub
Between January 31, 1981, and January 31, 1989, the debt rose to $2.697 trillion—a threefold increase, or $1.763 trillion.
Since adding the Special Club category to the wine list, Champagne sales at Mas have increased threefold.
Symbolically speaking, the judge said, the need for an unprecedented sentence for the biggest financial crime ever was threefold.
To this consciousness he assigned a threefold content, power, will and knowledge.
The influence of the seventeenth century salon was of a threefold nature—literary, moral, and social.Women of Modern France|Hugo P. Thieme
It is of a threefold character, as we regard its natural condition and the quality of the air.
As in the case of the recipients of full citizenship, so here we may make a threefold division.The Two Great Republics: Rome and the United States|James Hamilton Lewis
I understood what love in despair may be when it is the threefold passion of the heart, the mind, and the senses.Honorine|Honore de Balzac