300


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Adj.1.300 - being one hundred more than two hundred300 - being one hundred more than two hundred
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Doggie," says he, finally, "we don't live more than a dozen lives on this earth, and very few of us live to be more than 300.
That evening we stood on the brink of a precipice, over which the dark stream bounded in one final leap of full 300 feet.
Slowly he took out his money bags, and slowly extracted 300 francs in gold, which he staked on the black, and won.
Toward four in the morning, at the height of the fiftieth parallel, the distance was reduced to 300 miles.
The Island of Aphroessa, of round form, measured 300 feet in diameter, and 30 feet in height.
Demetrius Phalereus, a philosopher at Athens about 300 B.
Already at college Addison had become known by his Latin poetry, and three Whig statesmen thought so highly of it that they offered him a pension of 300 pounds a year to allow him to travel on the Continent and learn French and so add to his learning as to be able to help their side by his writing.
So that in all probability a far longer period than 300 million years has elapsed since the latter part of the Secondary period.
In South America, allowing 1200 pounds for the two tapirs together, 550 for the guanaco and vicuna, 500 for three deer, 300 for the capybara, peccari, and a monkey, we shall have an average of 250 pounds, which I believe is overstating the result.
Adler initially began construction of 300 Herrod Boulevard on a speculative basis in mid-2004.
It complies fully with 200 mm and 300 mm software and hardware standards, including SECS/GEM and AMHS (Automatic Material Handling System).