###### double-digit growth

- CHEMICALS distributor Norkem Holdings expects another year of double-digit growth after seeing sales in 2010 increase by 40% to top £100m for the first time ever and pre-tax profits soar more than 25 per cent, the company said today. (prweb.com)
- Mr Robinson said trading in the first half of this year has been in line with expectations and that Norkem expects to achieve another solid year of double-digit growth in sales and earnings. (prweb.com)
- Here are strategies and tactics to make your company grow again, drawn from in-depth research on companies that have been registering double-digit growth for years. (fastcompany.com)
- One compelling piece of data: From 1990 to 2000, just 7% of all publicly traded companies enjoyed eight or more years of double-digit growth in revenue and operating profit. (fastcompany.com)

###### numerical

- A nonzero digit is a numerical digit that is not equal to zero. (reference.com)
- A digit is a numerical symbol that represents an integer from 0 to 9, so a nonzero digit is any digit from 1 to 9. (reference.com)
- Digit may refer to: Digit (anatomy), one of several most distal parts of a limb-fingers, thumbs, and toes on hands and feet Numerical digit, as used in mathematics or computer science Dit or digit, synonym of Ban (unit), a unit of information entropy Digit (unit), an ancient measurement unit Digit, Dian Fossey's favourite gorilla, who was killed by poachers in Rwanda. (wikipedia.org)
- In numerical analysis, one or more guard digits can be used to reduce the amount of roundoff error. (wikipedia.org)

###### five-digit

- Paradoxically the two digits that are missing are different: the bird hand (embedded in the wing) is thought to derive from the second, third and fourth digits of the ancestral five-digit hand. (wikipedia.org)
- Exchange prefixes were added to small-town numbers to extend four or five-digit local numbers to the standardised seven-digit length, matching in length the then-longest local numbers in the largest major US markets. (wikipedia.org)

###### today's daily digit

- 10.2 percent is today's daily digit - the amount Europe's car market shrank by in February. (reuters.com)
- 5.32 billion euros is today's daily digit in Europe - the amount Italian government bonds were auctioned at. (reuters.com)

###### Ones Digit

- What Number Has a Tens Digit That Is Eight More Than the Ones Digit? (reference.com)
- The two numbers that have a tens digit that is eight more than the ones digit are 80 and 91. (reference.com)

###### represents an integer

- Each digit in a number system represents an integer. (wikipedia.org)

###### intermediate

- Recently a Jurassic theropod intermediate fossil Limusaurus has been found in the Junggar Basin in western China that has a complex mix: it has a first digit stub and full second, third and fourth digits but its wrist bones are like those that are associated with the second, third and fourth digits while its finger bones are those of the first, second and third digits. (wikipedia.org)

###### example

- In our example, you start with 170 pounds of lean tissue, and hope to have 164 pounds by the time you reach single-digit body fat, which is about 75 kilograms. (foxnews.com)

###### combinations

- The combinations (such as "25") are numerals like the single digits itself are one-digit-numerals. (wikipedia.org)

###### growth

- Led by strong demand for our mobile products, Intel has posted double-digit revenue and profit growth compared with a year ago," said Intel chief executive officer Craig Barrett. (computerweekly.com)
- While Coca-Cola FEMSA experienced some margin pressure earlier in the year, in Q3 they were able to capitalize on stable volumes, solid pricing, and improving raw materials and foreign exchange dynamics that led them to achieve double-digit operating income growth. (yahoo.com)
- It is theorized that pelvic digit anomalies arise during the mesenchymal stage of bone growth, within the first six weeks of embryogenesis. (wikipedia.org)

###### given

- If the result is not in the given digit set or does not fulfill the syntactical conditions, then a non-zero carry is produced. (springer.com)

###### result

- The idea is to add the digits at each position in parallel (the interim result). (springer.com)

###### zero

- Interchangeable central office codes (interchangeable NXXes in industry lingo) are central office codes which, with a zero or one as the middle digit, resemble and duplicate area codes in the pre-1995 format. (wikipedia.org)

###### next

- This carry is added to the sum of the two digits at the next position. (springer.com)

###### several

- Each digit is formed by several bones called phalanges, surrounded by soft tissue. (wikipedia.org)

###### systems

- In fact, most major languages have their own digit systems, such as the formal Chinese, Assamese Bengali and Ethiopian Ge'ez systems. (reference.com)
- simple check digit systems are easily understood and implemented by humans but do not catch as many errors as complex ones, which require sophisticated programs to implement. (wikipedia.org)
- Guard digits are also used in floating point operations in most computer systems. (wikipedia.org)

###### position

- The first one is the standard addition: We add two digits starting at the least significant position. (springer.com)

###### reach

- Callers dialed only the central office code (three digits) and the four-digit station number of the telephone subscriber to reach. (wikipedia.org)
- Central office code protection made it possible in some low density areas to use seven digits to reach areas in another area code. (wikipedia.org)

###### random

- An important consideration in random digit dialing surveys is bias introduced by non-responders. (wikipedia.org)
- Enough Already with Random Digit Dialing: A Proposal to Use Registration-Based Sampling to Improve Pre-Election Polling" (PDF). (wikipedia.org)
- Response Rates in Random Digit Dialing (RDD) Telephone Surveys" (PDF). (wikipedia.org)
- An evaluation of random digit dialing household survey" (PDF). (wikipedia.org)

###### Central

- In seven-digit dialing only the central office code and the station number is dialed, indicating that the call destination is within the local area code. (wikipedia.org)