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Noun1.100 - ten 10s100 - ten 10s        
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.100 - being ten more than ninety100 - being ten more than ninety    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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The composition of the copper-containing carbon inks showed no significant differences that could be related to time periods or geographical locations, which suggests that the ancient Egyptians used the same technology for ink production throughout Egypt from roughly 200 BC to 100 AD," says Egyptologist and first author of the study Thomas Christiansen from the University of Copenhagen in a news release on their website.
Egyptologist and first author Thomas Christiansen said that the composition of the copper-containing carbon inks showed no significant differences that could be related to time periods or geographical locations, which suggests that the ancient Egyptians used the same technology for ink production throughout Egypt from roughly 200 BC to 100 AD.
Nichomachus was a Greek who lived around 100 AD near Jerusalem.
95) provides the fourth Aurelia Marcella Roman mystery and is set in summertime in 100 AD.
About 100 AD, the great Rabbi Hillel said to a disciple: "What is hateful to yourself, do not to your fellow man.
Maria Hadjicosti of the country's Antiquities Department said the coffins, adorned with floral patterns, date from the east Mediterranean island's Hellenistic to early Roman periods, between 300 BC and 100 AD.
The Moche were a pre-Columbian civilisation known for ceramics, architecture and irrigation systems that thrived from about 100 AD to 800 AD in northern Peru.
It never became a powerful city, however, and was abandoned by 100 AD.
On pages 366-67, Fisher posits the possible date for the arrival of people to the Easter Island as approximately 100 AD.