# Meaning of word **twice as much**

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1. Cats sleep **twice as much** as people.

2. She ate **twice as much** as usual .

3. That means **twice as much** parking, though.

4. 21 In 18 months we'll know **twice as much** again.

5. So the six farad capacitor is going to get **twice as much**.

6. He charges **twice as much** as every other armorer in the city.

7. In the shredder condition, it was **twice as much** -- 30 cents per sheet.

8. Two ears to one tongue, therefore hear **twice as much** as you speak.

9. The report shows that male manual workers earn **twice as much** as female workers.

10. A comparable house in the south of the city would cost **twice as much**.

11. Wehave **twice as much** Non-REM sleep as Rapid Eye Movement sleep each night.

12. We actually ship more than **twice as much** of every form of information technology.

13. It contains **twice as much** of nitrogen and potassium as is present in cattle manure .

14. Thou wilt have **twice as much** love henceforward as thy mother alone could give thee!

15. 5 Wehave **twice as much** Non-REM sleep as Rapid Eye Movement sleep each night.

16. One now costs about $80 million, or almost **twice as much** as a jumbo jet.

17. Coal typically produces almost **twice as much** carbon dioxide per kilowatt-hour as natural gas.

18. The Commerce Department's index of leading economic indicators fell **twice as much** as expected during November.

19. The good part was that it paid **twice as much** as work in a hamburger joint.

20. Obama is blanketing North Carolina and Indiana with campaign ads, spending **twice as much** as Clinton.

21. The planet Jupiter radiates **twice as much** heat from inside as it receives from the Sun.

22. And it's also estimated that there is going to be **twice as much** meat and dairy consumed.

23. If our workmate Lola can ring up almost **twice as much** as anyone else, then something's wrong.

24. Because the money is not subject to corporation tax, the grants are, in effect, worth **twice as much**.

25. Why does Japan invest, on average, **twice as much** capital per worker per year than the United States?

26. 22 On the sixth day, they picked up **twice as much** bread,+ two omer measures for each person.

27. The results showed that the intracellular DNA content at prophase or telophase was **twice as much** as at interphase.

28. It consumes **twice as much** energy, water and other raw materials, per unit of production, as most industrialized countries.

29. As mentioned above, to remove magnesium bicarbonate hardness requires **twice as much** lime as is needed for calcium bicarbonate.

30. 4) As mentioned above, to remove magnesium bicarbonate hardness requires **twice as much** lime as is needed for calcium bicarbonate.

31. Levels of adrenalin are known to be high in cases of violent death... **twice as much** as in victims of natural death.

32. Building the structures required three times as much concrete as was used to create France's Maginot Line, and cost **twice as much**.

33. He has a far higher rate of absenteeism, takes **twice as much** sick leave as other employees, is involved in more work accidents.

34. Students exhibiting pure altruist behavior ponied up **twice as much** money as their "warm glow"-only counterparts, the team reports tomorrow in Science .

35. 2 The contents of diacetyl and acetoin in wine increased significantly and the average was **twice as much** as that in controlled wine.

36. In 200 construction accounted for 13 percent of total employment in both Spain and Ireland, more than **twice as much** as in the United States.

37. Their million-pound bid for the company was trumped at the last moment by an offer for almost **twice as much** from their main competitor.

38. If you go through a lot of batteries on a little budget, it is important to note that gel/AGMs cost almost **twice as much**.

39. 21 Their million-pound bid for the company was trumped at the last moment by an offer for almost **twice as much** from their main competitor.

40. On his 1997 track "Morphine" — an unusually discordant Jackson song — he sings, "Close your eyes and drift away Demerol ... Today he's taking **twice as much** Demerol."

41. Today, Walmart is more than seven times the size of Sears. Furthermore Walmart's net profit margin last year was **twice as much** as Sears: 3.4% vs. 1.6%.

42. According to Flower Power, the initial cost for artificial flowers would be **twice as much** as for real plants, but after two years, we would save money.

43. According to Flower Power, the initial cost for artificial flowers would be **twice as much** as for real plants, but after two years, we would come out ahead.

44. A menstrual cup is more discreet than a sanitary napkin and can take up to **twice as much** fluid than an ordinary tampon without changing or risk of leakage.

45. + because you travel over sea and dry land to make one proselyte,* and when he becomes one, you make him a subject for Ge·henʹna* **twice as much** so as yourselves.

46. 3 A menstrual cup is more discreet than a sanitary napkin and can take up to **twice as much** fluid than an ordinary tampon without changing or risk of leakage.

47. Even worse, the study suggests, patient cell phones carry **twice as much** gunk into the hospital as hospital staff cell phones, probably because the staff undertake infection control measures regularly.

48. Do not consider it a hardship to set your servant free, because his service to you these six years has been worth **twice as much** as that of a hired hand.

49. Even worse, the study suggests, patient cell phones carry **twice as much** gunk into the hospital as hospital staff cell phones,[Sentencedict.com ] probably because the staff undertake infection control measures regularly.

50. 16 A police inspector or public prosecutor can bring home **twice as much**, the equivalent of around $000 a year. In contrast, Brazil's per capita national income stands well below $000 annually.