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‘Typically a good score is anything in double digits.’
‘He added that although credit growth is expected to ease over the rest of the year because of higher interest rates, growth would remain well into the double digits.’
‘We have a lead, according to some polls, in the double digits.’
‘Failure rates at the police academy have jumped into double digits from the 3 to 5 percent that once was the norm.’
‘Unemployment in the high-tech sector remains stubbornly in double digits.’
‘He won't reveal the fund's returns, saying only that they've averaged in the double digits since its launch in 2000.’
‘I think he's somewhere in the double digits, somewhere between 10 and 20.’
‘I mean, the number of serious relationships I've had has not been into double digits.’
‘This case begins with a report showing that the prices on top selling prescription drugs jumped by double digits again.’
‘Office take-up levels next year are likely to be similar to the 175,000 square metres achieved this year but vacancy rates will remain in double digits.’
‘Unemployment that should hover around 5-6 per cent gradually moves to double digits.’
‘A year later, he signed with the Celtics, and since his second season in Boston has never averaged below double digits as a scorer.’
‘Even in growth times, Germany experiences unemployment rates close to double digits.’
‘He finishes in single digits or very low double digits.’
‘Distill those, and you'll get a proof in the high double digits.’
‘He averaged in double digits, which was pretty good for a guy who focused so much of his energy on the defensive side of the game.’
‘I think capital expenditures are already starting to grow by double digits.’
‘I've gone from an asterisk to double digits in the span of just a couple of weeks.’
‘Organized labor is down to less than double digits in representation of the work force.’
‘At this rate you'll hit double digits by the time you polish off a slice of apple pie after dinner (it counts, but no ice cream).’