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Adj.1.170th - the ordinal number of one hundred seventy in counting order
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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The 170th consecutive common stock dividend will be paid on 17 September 2019 to shareholders of record as on 3 September 2019.
Lunch and fun are served up Airdrie Academy opened its doors to more than 150 members of the community to help the school mark its 170th anniversary celebrations.
But they are ranked 170th in the world and haven't won a competitive game - other than against San Marino - since 2013!
The 170th consecutive dividend will be paid on March 27, 2019.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Dec 13 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Vision Express, India's leading optical retail chain has launched its 170th store located at Paschim Vihar in New Delhi.
CPT Nesbitt started his career as a battalion assistant S-2 for the 40th Engineer Battalion, 170th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT).
The Aberdeenshire town has hosted the event for 203 years and this year marked the 170th anniversary of Royal Family links.
Cadiz will be the proud host of a memorable get-together on September 10 when all four of Fred Olsen's cruise ships - Braemar, Black Watch, Balmoral and Boudicca - will be berthed in the Spanish port to mark the shipping company's 170th anniversary.
Storm is now 170th in the world rankings and has missed the cut in four of his last six tournaments.
In the DB 2018 report, Iran ranks 97 (starting a business), 87 (registering property), 166 (trading across borders), 25(dealing with construction permits), 99 (getting electricity), 90th (getting credit), 170th (protecting minority investors), 150th (paying taxes), 80th (enforcing contracts) and 160th (resolving insolvency).
CELEBRATING its 170th anniversary, Llandovery College is grounded in a rich tradition and history, respecting a special heritage without ever taking its eyes off the challenges of the future.