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Adj.1.lxxxvii - being seven more than eightylxxxvii - being seven more than eighty  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Armour, "Apple of Discord: Austria-Hungary, Serbia and the Bosnian Question 1867 71," Slavonic and East European Review, LXXXVII (2009), pp.
A ce sujet, voir CLS, Introduction au Rapport 333, Bulletin Officiel, vol LXXXVII, 2004, serie B, no 1, 20-22.
Stubbs, "Lord Milner and Patriotic Labour," English Historical Review, LXXXVII (1972), 719.
Rothwell, 'A misjudged author and a misused text: Walter de Bibbesworth and his "Tretiz"', Modern Language Review, LXXXVII (1982), 282--93.
8) Avril Henry, "|The Pilgrymage of the Lyfe of the Manhode": the large design with special reference to Books 2-4', Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, LXXXVII (1986), 229-36 (p.
Tenders are invited for Spl Repairs To Flooring In Bldg No Lxxxvii Officers Ward At Mh Wellington Under Ge Wellington
CHARTERS, 1216-1307, at lxxxvii (1923) ("[The] only express charter
The Winter's Tale (London: Routledge, 1993), lxxxvii.
University of Notre Dame Press, 1999), lxxxvii + 209 pp.