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Noun1.1728 - a cardinal number equal to one dozen gross
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
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Oliver Goldsmith was born in 1728 in Pallas, a little out-of-the- way Irish village.
So Grandfather made an end of Cotton Mather, telling his auditors that he died in 1728, at the age of sixty-five, and bequeathed the chair to Elisha Cooke.
The total result, however, was a very thorough knowledge of an extremely wide range of literature; when he entered Oxford in 1728 the Master of his college assured him that he was the best qualified applicant whom he had ever known.
BORN John Cleese, UK |comedian, 1939, above Theodore Roosevelt, |US president, 1858, Captain James Cook, |explorer, 1728 DIED Lou Reed, US pop |musician, 2013 David Shepherd, |cricket umpire, 2009 Charles Hawtrey, |comic actor, 1988, above
Other exhibits from the archives include a 1728 letter from seven-year-old Bonnie Prince Charlie to his father - in which he responds to being told off for upsetting his mother.
At the crossroads between fine arts and architecture, inventive gastronomy, and author and collector wines, the 1728 restaurant welcomes 40,000 guests per year.
8% ABV, available at Wetherspoons pubs during their month-long cider festival, subject to availability The Chevallier-Guild family have been making cyder - with a 'y' as it is spelt in Suffolk - on their estate in the village of Aspall for eight generations, starting in 1728.
The CPEX Multi-Family Investment Sales Team announced the sale of 1728 Lurting Avenue in the Bronx.
Miss Farhana clinched 1728 marks out of 2400 to stand first in the examination while Naseer Ahmed remained second with 1725 marks.
House Bill 1728, "An Act relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes," has already kicked up some fuss early in the 2010 gubernatorial race.
1728, the Mortgage Reform and Anti-Predatory Lending Act, which passed the House earlier this year, and which Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-Massachusetts) has indicated will be merged with the larger regulatory reform package moving through the House.
Boulton was born in Birmingham in 1728 and became one of the pioneers of the mass manufacture of goods with his Soho factory.