120


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Noun1.120 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and twelve
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.120 - being ten more than one hundred ten
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Maston, who, despite all dictates of prudence, had kept in advance of the mass, was pitched back 120 feet, shooting like a projectile over the heads of his fellow-citizens.
While I watched this phenomenon, two jets of steam and water were ejected from its vents, and rose to the height of 120 feet; thus I ascertained its way of breathing.
We are willing to give 30 pounds a quarter, or 120 pounds a year, so as to recompense you for any little inconvenience which our fads may cause you.
Why should they give you 120 pounds a year, when they could have their pick for 40 pounds?
From it he saw that he had 120 roubles of mine in his keeping.
A the point where we first met this formation it was 120 fee in thickness; following up the river course, the surfac imperceptibly rose and the mass became thicker, so that a forty miles above the first station it was 320 feet thick What the thickness may be close to the Cordillera, I hav no means of knowing, but the platform there attains a heigh of about three thousand feet above the level of the sea we must therefore look to the mountains of that great chai for its source; and worthy of such a source are streams tha have flowed over the gently inclined bed of the sea to distance of one hundred miles.
And his dungeon was hot and musty; it smelt of gas and mushrooms, and seemed to be somewhere 120 feet below the ground.
renewed its lease for approximately 47,000 s/f of office space at 120 Broadway in Lower Manhattan.
Alex Curry, 23, of Elizabeth Drive, pounds 120; Kelly Lightfoot, 24, of Elizabeth Drive, pounds 120.
Keep inspecting LPU's every 120 days until Air Force change are incorporated into TM 5-4220-202-14
Rogers quotes those scholars who think that the terminal period for aborting a fetus is before and not after it is 120 days old.
120, Accounting and Reporting by Mutual Life Insurance Enterprises and by Insurance Enterprises for Certain Long-Duration Participating Contracts, applies to mutual life insurance enterprises, assessment enterprises and fraternal benefit societies, all of which are referred to as mutual life insurance enterprises.