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Noun1.100 - ten 10s100 - ten 10s        
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.100 - being ten more than ninety100 - being ten more than ninety    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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100), and the other a figure having one side equal to the former, but oblong, consisting of a hundred numbers squared upon rational diameters of a square (i.
Polina's money I decided to risk, that evening, only to the amount of 100 gulden.
arose out of tyrannies, 100; whence they arose, 142; when changed into tyrannies, 153; their different sorts, 184, 188; general rules for their establishment, 185; should not be made too perfect,
100; when unequal, 143 Kingdom, what, 78 Kingdoms, their object,
Their length varied between ten and 100 miles, and their width was about 1,600 yards.
They possessed magnifying powers of 100. They would thus have brought the moon to within a distance (apparent) of less than
It follows, then, that at 320 feet this pressure equals that of 10 atmospheres, of 100 atmospheres at 3,200 feet, and of 1,000 atmospheres at 32,000 feet, that is, about 6 miles; which is equivalent to saying that if you could attain this depth in the ocean, each square three-eighths of an inch of the surface of your body would bear a pressure of 5,600 lb.
100,000 rubles, was spent, and almost every year he was obliged to borrow.
100 POUNDS REWARD.--Whereas a murder was committed on the thirtieth September, 1877, at the Hand-in-Hand Inn, in the village of Zeeland, Hampshire, the above reward will be paid to any person or persons whose exertions shall lead to the arrest and conviction of the suspected murderer.
To money paid, first cost, francs 100, at 5.25, -- $19.04 To interest on same for ninety days, at 7 per cent., -- 00.33 To portion of passage money, -- 00.04 To porterage, -- 00.00 1/4 To washing and making up, -- 00.25
He had heard, he said, that no one had ever got a kingfisher's nest out perfect, and that the British Museum, or the Government, or somebody, had offered 100 pounds to any one who could bring them a nest and eggs not damaged.
He cabled to Capetown offering 100 pounds if the Star Line steamer leaving to-morrow would call for him here.