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1786, (w), ''Lucius Junius Brutus''
- The motives to refuse obedience to government are many and strong ; impunity will multiply and enforce them
1843, ''Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London''
- It would indeed be easy to multiply modern authorities respecting locustal food; one more authority shall suffice, from which it will appear that the Arabs make a sort of locust bread.
To grow in number.
To be a factor in a multiplication with (another factor).
1983, Graham Flegg, ''Numbers'', 2002 Publications|Dover edition, (ISBN), page 154 http://books.google.com/books?id=C0Wcb9c6c18C&pg=PA154&dq=multiplies:
- This follows a similar process, counters having to be removed and replaced at each stage of the remaining part of the calculation except the final one, where 2 multiplies 3 to give 6.
1993, Edward T. Dowling, ''(w) of Theory and Problems of Mathematical Methods for Business and Economics'', (ISBN), page 14 http://books.google.com/books?id=8PaQk7LodfoC&pg=PA14&dq=multiplies:
- Of all the possible combinations of factors above, only (2\cdot4)+(3\cdot5)=23. Carefully arranging the factors, therefore, to ensure that 2 multiplies 4 and 3 multiplies 5, we have
- : 6x^2+23x+20=(2x+5)(3x+4)
An act or instance of multiplying.
1975, ''Byte'' (issues 1-8, page 14)
- The extended instruction set may double the speed again if a lot of multiplies and divides are done.