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DOUBLE. Twofold; as, double cost; double insurance; double plea.

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Voltage doubler rectifier structure can be used as it provides DC output proportional to the twofold of the approaching input signal amplitude but results in the degradation of PCE [10].
"Everyone in retirement is afraid of running out of money," says Bernie Moritz, a Somerset Wealth Strategies client who lives in Traverse City Mich., who with his wife bought three annuities with doublers in the last 18 months.
Veteran doublers Ian Weeks and Kent Matthews beat clubmates Kelly and Paul Sandon by two-thirds of a length in their final.
My least favourite doublers are individually very pleasant, but take on a decidedly sinister hue when put together.
The designed single-ended and quasi-balanced frequency doublers were fabricated on a 0.787 mm thick RT/Duroid substrate with a dielectric constant of 2.33.
The doublers do not play head-up at the start of the drill and work to a pinching position.
Ironically, the Engineer plays Adam in Eden, naming the inhabitants doublers:' As the crew works at its dual mission, its exploratory parties inevitably bump into different aspects of Eden's civilization.
Modules for the higher millimeter-wave bands, above 110 GHz, make use of the efficient doublers and triplers developed for the 50 to 75 GHz, 60 to 90 GHz and 75 to 110 GHz modules as drivers for the output doublers and triplers.
Doublers are the most common multiplication building block at high frequencies and have long been offered in large connectorized packages.