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mul·ti·pli·er (m l t -pl r). n. 1.

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and of the data sources and methods used for multiplier estimation.
Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025
Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025. A Research Paper. Presented To.
The Multiplier Effect - National Foundation for American Policy
The. Multiplier. Effect.
When is the Government Spending Multiplier Large?
We argue that the government-spending multiplier can be much larger than one multiplier effect is substantially larger than one when the zero bound binds.

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Media Matters: The people multiplier
OB vans are the jantantra multiplier. What they telecast puts pressure on the government, minute by minute.
Marcellus Multiplier in Action: Pa. Small Businesses Learn About Marcellus
(Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, 8/24/11) Johnstown Small Business Benefiting from the Marcellus Multiplier: “RNDT Inc.
Dyson Air Multiplier Review
I got to test out the 10″ model of the Dyson Air Multiplier (there's also a huge 40 incher), and it was quite a treat. You'll notice from the pictures here, that you can't see any blades – that's one of the biggest selling parts of the Air Multiplier.
Baynote Unveils Vision for Retailers to Achieve Revenue Multiplier Effect
State Snags Serious Federal R&D Moolah: Now That's a Multiplier Effect
The danger of course is turning the system into some kind of corporate welfare, but with strict accountability in place, the grants could well help create the kind of multiplier effect that is needed for sustained growth.

Suggested Web Resources

Multiplier (economics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multiplier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Multiplier - Dependable Power On Demand
Multiplier Definition
What is multiplier? definition and meaning
multiplier - definition of multiplier - A number which indicates the magnitude of a particular macroeconomics policy measure.

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