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[en] Spectroscopic orbits of main-sequence stars HIP 3150A, 6873B, 11537A, 22531A, 22534B, 31089B, 49336A, 104833C, and 107731A belonging to eight multiple systems are determined from high-resolution spectra taken with CHIRON. Two of those are twins with mass ratios above 0.95. HIP 11537 is a young three-tier quadruple system with inner periods of 22.3 and 1146 days and the outer period of 3 kyr. HIP 22531 (ι Pic) is the brightest star in a hierarchical system with six components. It is a spectroscopic binary with periods of 1.56 days and 2.75 yr, as well as a γ Dor variable with a period of 0.67 day, possibly in a 7:3 resonance with the inner orbit. HIP 22534, also member of this system, is a double-lined binary with a period of 208 days. For HIP 31089, both the spectro-interferometric 32 yr outer orbit and the 213 day orbit of the subsystem are determined. HIP 107731 is a triple system with an inner period of 470 days and a fast spatial motion, likely metal-poor. New orbits contribute to the statistics of hierarchical multiplicity in the solar neighborhood.