180th


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Adj.1.180th - the ordinal number of one hundred eighty in counting order180th - the ordinal number of one hundred eighty 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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Scotland's animal welfare charity is urging the people of Wishaw to share their stories, photos and memories of the charity as it prepares to celebrate its 180th birthday.
Scotland's animal welfare charity is urging the people of Monklands to share their stories, photos and memories of the charity as it prepares to celebrate its 180th birthday.
Jeyranli convicted according to the 180th article of the Georgian Criminal Code and sentenced to the 6-year prison.
Hundreds of yatrees from different countries including Europe, US and Canada, are nowadays visiting Pakistan to celebrate the 180th death anniversary of Sardar Ranjit Singh in Lahore.
Talking to the media on the occasion of 180th death
Talking to the media on the occasion of 180th death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjeet Singh at Gurdwara Dera Sahib, he said Maharaja Ranjeet Singh promoted religious harmony and mutual respect.
LAHORE -- A sculpture of Ranjit Singh was unveiled at the Lahore Fort's historic Mai Jindan Haveli to mark the 180th anniversary of his death.
Summary: Amritsar (Punjab) [India], June 27 (ANI): To commemorate the 180th Death Anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, a batch of 224 Sikh devotees from the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) left for Pakistan in a special train from Attari Railway Station on Thursday morning.
LAHORE -- A life-size sculpture of Maharaja Ranjit Singh will be unveiled on Thursday, June 27 outside the Sikh Gallery at Lahore Fort on the eve of his 180th death anniversary.
TAXILA -- Sikh pilgrims from India are scheduled to arrive at Gurdwara Panja Sahib Hassanabdal on July 1 to offer religious rituals in connection with the 180th death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who ruled Punjab in the 19th century and was the first Maharaja of the Sikh Empire.
Paisley's supporters of animal charity the Scottish SPCA are invited to celebrate its 180th birthday at its Ladies' Lunch.
The final track of the album, Halt the Wagons, pays homage to the 180th anniversary of the Huskar Pit disaster, when 26 children working in the South Yorkshire mine lost their lives after a freak storm flooded the shaft.