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Adj.1.140th - the ordinal number of one hundred forty in counting order
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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Hyde Industrial Blade Solutions during its 140th anniversary year is using advanced technologies in order to facilitate efficient conduction of its operations with the insallation of an 850-panel solar array on the roof which will help to run its office and plant.
The properties are located at 532 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights and 273 West 140th Street in Central Harlem.
If the design of the 140th commemorative home kit is a clever nod to the club's history, then the away kit is nothing short of inspired.
BLUES have launched a new club crest to commemorate the club's 140th anniversary next season.
Keane is desperate for his 140th Ireland cap and missed the match with England at Wembley in 2013.
However, the real competitions will take place this afternoon, with five pulsating races building up to the main event - the 140th Kentucky Derby.
The 140th running of the Kentucky Derby marks Ram Truck brand's fifth year as exclusive automotive partner
The 35-year-old marked his world-record 140th Test cap by setting up tries for Johnny Sexton and Andrew Trimble, teeing up the Irish for a title-decider against France - who needed a late penalty to beat Scotland 19-17 at Murrayfield - next weekend.
4 people also received commemorative medals made in Russia in honor of the 140th anniversary of Lenin.
Shah Khawar informed the court that Secretary Defence in the 140th CAA Board of Directors meetings held on June 14, 2012 constituted a four member inquiry committee under the chairmanship of Gen (retd) Shahid Niaz which identified irregularities in the new Islamabad Airport project.
Northern Ireland have long struggled to put away lower ranked opposition, but losing to a side ranked 140th in the world and containing just four full-time professionals was a major blow.
Longwood Sing, lovingly referred to as the "Mother of All Sings" was held for the 140th time on a rocKy Pennine hillside.