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Noun1.50 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five50 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.50 - being ten more than forty50 - being ten more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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The church is built over an undergroundchurch dating back to 50 AD.
He and his colleagues took skin sloughs from 50 AD patients and 30 non-AD controls.
Founded in around 50 AD, London sat cosily within the confines of its city walls for more than a millennium.
Eric Zuesse uses his own study to argue his case, depicting a religious and political struggle in 50 AD that has formed the base of the western world in the past two thousand years.
com TOP CLASS: Le Chateau D'Orfeuillette STUNNING: The Pont du Gard was built in about 50 AD
Around 50 AD, Paul and Barnabas visited the city and established a Christian community.
UK-wide, there are now more than 50 AD plants in operation and a similar number in the planning process.
Cooking up a treat: Le Chateau D'Orfeuillette at La Gard SSppaannnniinngg tthhee aaggeess:: MMiillllaauu vviiaadduucctt ooppeenneedd iinn 22000044 ((ttoopp)) aanndd PPoonntt dduu Gard was built in about 50 AD
About 50 AD, Pliny wrote about mint, "The very smell of it recovers and refreshes our spirits, as the taste stirs up our appetite for meat.
The town was first invaded by the Romans in 50 AD and they stayed for 300 years.
Another point is that tradition has maintained that Matthew's gospel was the first to be recorded and appeared in Aramaic around 50 AD.
Going back in time the television way:Surviving the Iron Age Seven men, seven women and three children lived in authentic Iron Age roundhouses at Pembrokeshire's Castell Henllys fort - the location inhabited by the ancient Celts between 650 BC and 50 AD.