Definition of Centupling
1. centuple [v] - See also: centuple
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Literary usage of Centupling
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Life of Sir William Rowan Hamilton: Knt., LL. D., D. C. L., M. R. I. A by Robert Perceval Graves (1889)
"... centupling is, or may be considered as being, an operation ... to me not improper to say, that the operation " centupling " is double of the operation ..."
2. Life of Sir William Rowan Hamilton: Knt., LL. D., D. C. L., M. R. I. A by Robert Perceval Graves (1889)
"... as an operation, is exactly similar and equal to the first ; and therefore it seems to me not improper to say, that the operation " centupling " is ..."
3. Applied Sociology: A Treatise on the Conscious Improvement of Society by Society by Lester Frank Ward (1906)
"That object, as the statistics have shown, is nothing less than the centupling of the present working forces of society. THE FALLACY OF HISTORY History may ..."
4. The Japanese Letters of Lafcadio Hearn by Lafcadio Hearn (1910)
"... or centupling a transmitted power by certain fortuitous combinations in the memory — superimposition. Only vague suggestions; but I fancy they must ..."
5. The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn by Lafcadio Hearn (1922)
"... or centupling a transmitted power by certain fortuitous combinations in the memory- superimposition. Only vague suggestions; but I fancy they must ..."
6. Bibliosophia: Or, Book-wisdom. Containing Some Account of the Pride by James Beresford (1810)
"... by simply saving himself the expense of causing it to be cut, is doubling, quadrupling, perhaps centupling, its marketable value; which is obviously ..."
7. The Chemist: A Monthly Journal of Chemical and Physical Science (1845)
"... a hundred- thousandth, and often in smaller proportion, is sufficient for centupling the action of an acid on a metal, or for annihilating that action, ..."
8. Personal Recollections of English Engineers, and of the Introduction of the by Civil engineer (1868)
"... had a most unusual propensity to make to itself wings and fly away, generally under the idea of rapidly doubling, trebling, or centupling its amount, ..."