120

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Noun1.120 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and twelve
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.120 - being ten more than one hundred ten
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Construction on the bridge that stands today began in September 1868, but the first bridge at the site was built of wood and stone in around 120 AD by Roman Emperor Hadrian.
In 120 AD, the entire Ninth Roman Legion disappears without trace in Scotland, and its standard, a golden eagle, is lost forever to the eternal shame of Rome.
IN 120 AD, the entire Ninth Legion disappears without trace in Scotland and its standard, a golden eagle, is lost forever to the eternal shame of Rome.
Romans quest for lost legion THE EAGLE (12A, 114 MINS) IN 120 AD, the entire Ninth Legion disappears without trace in Scotland and its standard, a golden eagle, is lost forever to the eternal shame of Rome.
THE EAGLE (12A) IN 120 AD, the entire Ninth Legion disappears without trace in Scotland and its golden eagle standard is lost forever to the eternal shame of Rome.