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Noun1.17 - the cardinal number that is the sum of sixteen and one17 - the cardinal number that is the sum of sixteen and one
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.17 - being one more than sixteen17 - being one more than sixteen    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Methods: In this study, we performed an observational study in a group of subjects including 17 AD patients, 14 patients with a-MCI, and 16 elderly healthy controls.
The Baal Shamin temple was built nearly 2,000 years ago in 17 AD, then expanded under the Roman emperor Hadrian in 130 AD.
included 17 AD patients who watched 20-minute clips of either happy or sad movies.
It was designed by architects from One 17 AD after Alan and his wife Elizabeth bought the building plot.
Architect and tester Matthew Norris, from One 17 AD in the UK said, "It is a well engineered and thorough product which is not only comprehensive, but inspires confidence and delivers great enjoyment.
In a statement supporting the application, architects One 17 AD said the development would enable T Kirk to grow - as well as helping to support the local rural economy by attracting visitors to the area.
The scheme by Huddersfield architects One 17 AD, received the bronze award in the category for small projects.
The scheme, designed by Huddersfield architects One 17 AD, received the bronze award in the category for small projects.
A report by One 17 AD Chartered Architects suggests the Edgerton chapels could be used by Huddersfield University or Kirklees College.
A report by One 17 AD Chartered Architects suggests the chapels could be used by Huddersfield University or Kirklees College.
The quirky creation, designed by Huddersfield architects One 17 AD, was awarded a bronze in the Small Project category at this year's Royal Institute of British Architect's Yorkshire White Rose Awards.
One 17 AD restored a derelict dye house at Armitage Bridge to provide a headquarters building boasting open plan areas and extensive use of stone, brick, timber and steel.