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A quick spin around the neighborhood can be as delightful as a sonnet, and a triple-digit expedition can be cathartic.
It lifted the seven-day average number of daily new cases in the state to 2,119 — the 16th consecutive daily record — which is triple the average of the final days of October.
With a 45 percent shooter from deep like Seth Curry on the Sixers’ roster, opponents will be far less able to double- and triple-team Embiid in the paint or crowd the lane to seal off Ben Simmons.
THE UPSIDES AND DOWNSIDES OF THE NBA’S FIVE BIGGEST TRADES SO FARCHRIS HERRING (CHRIS.HERRING@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)NOVEMBER 19, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
She also asked for Title I funding, which comes from the federal government, to be tripled.
Company executives say they’ve tripled the amount of inventory in their warehouses and increased staff by 50 percent.
The triple whammy—deforestation, crown death, and overpopulation—is proving too much for the trees.
The CEO thinks Kohl’s can triple the size of its current beauty business, something crucial at a time its fashion offering is faltering.
Such advances are crucial, since increasing wealth, growing populations, and rising temperatures could triple energy demands from indoor cooling by 2050 without major technological improvements, the International Energy Agency projects.
According to McCann, Pluckers has doubled, and even tripled, each of the restaurant’s various social media follower counts since he took the reins.
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The company, whose shares have more than tripled in the last year alone, is backed by Alibaba competitor Tencent.

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