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double digits

n. the range of numerals from 10 though 99. When Billy moved into the double digits, he had some behavior problems, but when he was nineteen he sort of straightened out.
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But double-digit gains are not an outlier in the stock market; they are the norm.
In the last five years, loans have been growing at a double-digit pace and the trend is seen to continue next year, he said.
Since the start of the year, BIR monthly collections have consistently exceeded that of the previous year, with June collections being the fourth month growing by double-digits.
Audi AG, a subsidiary of Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), is aiming to achieve double-digit sales growth in the Chinese market in the coming months.
It was also another record quarter for operating profit growth, as six of the 10 companies covered here that report operating profits for their instrument businesses posted double-digit growth.
The Mustangs opened their first double-digit lead with 1:34 remaining in the second quarter, when a 3-point play by Richardson put the team ahead 21-11.
Due to limited new supply and increased compression resulting from near-maximum-capacity occupancy levels, overall RevPAR will experience double-digit growth for the next few years.
In the past six months, he said, MassMutual has seen double-digit growth in variable sales.
Since 1990, Kerry Killinger has led WaMu to double-digit increases in revenue and earnings.
Circuit City's audio category also performed well, led by double-digit increases in portable audio products, which offset declines in home audio.
Unisys also achieved double-digit growth in enterprise security, its new ES7000 server sales, and reduced sales, general and administration expenses to 17% of revenue, down from 17.
Q: What are the critical components of double-digit growth?
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The rate of growth will subside as 2003 progresses, although growth should linger in the double-digit range.
Notebook sales continued to show positive double-digit growth.