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Noun1.LXXVIII - the cardinal number that is the sum of seventy and eight
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.lxxviii - being eight more than seventylxxviii - being eight more than seventy  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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For example, consider the emphasis on the "weeping Magdalene" in Bonaventura's Meditationes where she weeps within the narratives of the Crucifixion, Lamentation, and Burial, see especially Chapters LXXVIII and LXXXII.
64) CLS, Plainte contre le gouvernement de l'Islande presentee par la Federation islandaise du travail (ASI), Cas no 1768 (Islande), 299e rapport, Bulletin officiel, vol LXXVIII, 1995, serie B, no 2, 71.
A Translation of the Principal Portions of the Second part of the Summa Theologica (London: Burns and Oates, 1892), Question LXXVIII (Liberty Fund Inc.
Guinn; see John Koegel, "Canciones del pats: Mexican Musical Life in California after the Gold Rush," California History LXXVIII, no.
Stokowski, and Major Bienvenido Rivera, "Structuring Division XXI," Military Review, LXXVIII (May-June, 1998), pp.