Multiplication (often denoted by the cross symbol "×") is the mathematical operation of scaling one number by another. It is one of the four basic operations in elementary arithmetic (the others being addition, subtraction and division).
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... This is a massive star with more than 10 times the mass of the Sun and seven times the Sun's radius ... The total luminosity of this star is about 12,100 times that of the Sun, and eight times the luminosity of its companion ... This star is smaller than the primary, with about 7 times the mass of the Sun and 3.6 times the Sun's radius ...
... To help compare orders of magnitude of different times, this page lists times between 10−3 seconds and 100 seconds (1 millisecond and one second) ... See also times of other orders of magnitude ...
... Ondieki received All-America accolades six times at Iowa State ... earning NCAA runner-up honors three times and third-place status three times ... His time broke the mark set by Richard Chelimo only five days earlier in Stockholm by over 9 seconds ...
... in wins twice, fewest walks per 9 innings five times, complete games nine times, and home runs allowed seven times ...
... Reviewing the book for The Times, John Nicholson wrote it was "endearingly dotty", but doubted its commercial potential ... Austin MacCurtain of the Sunday Times reviewed the paperback edition in 1988, saying that it was "more of the same" as Hitchhiker's, and that the "cosmic romp is ... to page one and read it straight through again – the only time I have ever done that, and I wrote to tell him so ...
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“The Times are the masquerade of the eternities; trivial to the dull, tokens of noble and majestic agents to the wise; the receptacle in which the Past leaves its history; the quarry out of which the genius of today is building up the Future.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“It is the mark of a mean, vulgar and ignoble spirit to dwell on the thought of food before meal times or worse to dwell on it afterwards, to discuss it and wallow in the remembered pleasures of every mouthful. Those whose minds dwell before dinner on the spit, and after on the dishes, are fit only to be scullions.”
—Francis De Sales, Saint (15671622)
“How many times these low feet staggered
Only the soldered mouth can tell”
—Emily Dickinson (18301886)