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  • Since then there have been multiple recordings of all the major works.
  • The following table is based on information from multiple sources.
  • The technology of code division multiple access channels has long been known.
  • Although there are some paid professional actors who do amateur work for multiple reasons.
  • However, in countries where these other multiples were already established, their use remains common.
  • He also set a major-league record with 11 multiple-home run games.
  • There are three school districts serving the city and multiple charter schools located within the city.
  • It also allows multiple types of memory to be used.
  • Multiple sequences of letters may perform this role as well as single letters.
  • Multiple devices can be attached to the line, and used as needed.
  • The game was one of the first video games to feature multiple endings.
  • The building has multiple towers including one at each end.
  • A website may have multiple home pages, although most have one.
  • The game has won multiple awards and has been translated into many languages beyond the original English.
  • The company has published multiple award winning and short-list nominee titles.
  • The third set was tight, and both players saved multiple break points.
  • It also makes it easy to place the same data in multiple linked lists.
  • A single journey can include multiple stages across the different modes of transport.
  • This can get rather complex when multiple levels of quotation are used.
  • Opportunities are offered at multiple skill levels across a variety of sports.
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Meaning of multiple

  • noun The product of a quantity by an integer
    36 is a multiple of 9
  • adjective Having or involving or consisting of more than one part or entity or individual
    multiple birth, multiple ownership, made multiple copies of the speech, his multiple achievements in public life, her multiple personalities, a pineapple is a multiple fruit