170th


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Adj.1.170th - the ordinal number of one hundred seventy 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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CELEBRATING its 170th anniversary, Llandovery College is grounded in a rich tradition and history, respecting a special heritage without ever taking its eyes off the challenges of the future.
we will initially meet at the administration office at 465 east 170th street, south holland, illinois 60473, then the school buildings.
28, is the 170th birth anniversary of Roman Ongpin, a philanthropist and nationalist businessman who contributed to the propaganda movement in Spain and to the Filipino revolutionaries during the Filipino-American war.
The 170th (Extraordinary) Meeting of the OPEC Conference had opted for an OPEC-14 production target ranging between 32.
Michelle Abramov, a sales associate at Highcap Group, arranged the sale of 1417-1421 Webster Avenue, located between East 170th and 171st Streets in the Bronx.
ONE of the North's oldest department stores has unveiled a PS50,000 revamp as it celebrates its 170th anniversary.
The competition is titled The Best of Coventry and Warwickshire - a Year in Pictures and has been launched by law firm Wright Hassall to celebrate the company's 170th anniversary.
Wright Hassall, which is celebrating its 170th anniversary this year, now has a 270-strong team, including 145 lawyers and 39 partners.
of 170th Street and still windows washed with vinegar shine.
The QS league table published yesterday revealed the third-level facility fell 12 places, from 170th in the world last year to 182nd.
This cash dividend is due on 10 November 2015 to stockholders of record as of 30 September 2015, and is the company's 170th consecutive quarterly cash dividend.
The visit coincides with the 170th celebration of Geordie hero, Harry Clasper who alongside his brothers brought home the Wold Championship to the region for the first time in June 1845.