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Noun1.10 - the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one10 - the cardinal number that is the sum of nine and one; the base of the decimal system
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.10 - being one more than nine10 - being one more than nine    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Planning, construction, operation, financing and maintenance of a noise protection wall with a photovoltaic system (PV plus noise) in the course of achtstreifigen extension of the A Nuthetal 10 AD - AD Potsdam : The continuous stretch of the A10 will be extended from km 88 +800 to 97 +775.
Farmgen is aiming to have 10 AD plants up and running by 2015 in rural communities across the UK.
This was followed by the removal of 10 ads on city billboards in the BaE-akE-ehir district of ystanbul in July.
The trademark was voted #1 most influential tagline since 1948 (Tagline Guru, 2005), and "Aaron Burr" was voted #1 in USA Today's poll of The Best 10 Ads of All Time (USA Today, 2002).
Only three of the top 10 ads this Oscars were new ads produced expressly for the awards show--interesting because 23 of the 40 ads aired during the Oscars were new, indicating that many advertisers won by using some of their 'tried and true' material to make a splash in this important advertising event.
Now I have to place at least 10 ads to get two or three qualified candidates.
14-16, discussed 10 ads in the natural/organic category.
The vignettes for Cinzano Bianco first appeared in the late 1970s and 10 ads were made, all hanging on the bungling Rossiter inadvertently throwing his drink all over his girl.
During the programs, about nine out of 10 ads were for foods high in fat, sugars or sodium, or were for foods that contained no whole grains, fruits, vegetables or key nutrients needed by children.
A-B is expected to have 10 ads in the 2006 Super Bowl, during which each 30-second ad is expected to cost $2.