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After a quadruple lynching in 1946, The Washington Post published an op-ed describing Monroe as “lynchtown.”
Second, the pace of vaccinations has continued to climb steadily over the past few weeks, quadrupling the number of shots a day in a month’s time.
Robinhood continues to come under pressure from power users and politicians, but its investors are doubling, tripling and maybe even quadrupling down.
Danish officials say that as a result, daily coronavirus cases there could quadruple by the beginning of April.
Since October, the total number of Covid-19 cases and deaths has roughly quadrupled, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
Bitcoin rose as much as 11% on Thursday to $40,065 and has more than quadrupled in the past year, according to a composite of prices compiled by Bloomberg.
Top of the chart is Bitcoin, which nearly quadrupled in value in 2020.
The project was one of cutting costs, focusing on the most profitable locations and quadrupling its online presence.
According to data, voice search revenue will more than quadruple from 2017 to 2022 from just 2 billion to 40 billion dollars.
While mutations in the coronavirus are seen all the time, the new variant raised alarms because it appeared at the same time as a sharp increase in cases in the southeast of England, where the infection rate has recently quadrupled.

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