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Noun1.40 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and four40 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and four
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.40 - being ten more than thirty40 - being ten more than thirty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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fMRI brain scans of 80 subjects (60 males and 20 females having age 75 [+ or -] 10 years) are downloaded comprising of 40 AD subject and 40 NC.
He was born in 40 AD and steadily advanced through the various offices that led to the consulship, which he held in 77, about five years earlier than the accustomed age.
RPA can use Nielsen Local Buyer Reach to strengthen media buying and planning by giving a full picture of viewing and buying behavior across 40 ad categories -- including automotive, grocery, retail, restaurant and telecommunications.
Finally, 40 AD patients, 20 elderly HCs, and 15 young HCs participated in the study; 15 AD patients from among the 40 patients also agreed to participate in the reassessment after the donepezil treatment (see below).
Keeping one foot in the Jewish tradition and one in a burgeoning religious movement proved difficult for Jewish Christians, especially when Gentiles (former pagans) began to convert to Christianity in droves around 40 AD. While early Jewish and Gentile branches of Christianity shared a number of beliefs, such as the eventual second coming of Christ, resurrection of the dead, and establishment of the Kingdom of God, they disagreed on many issues, including the importance of Jewish law and the authority and message of Jesus.
It has a rate base of 350,000, and had 40 ad pages in its launch issue.
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A Roman burial ground, dating back to 40 AD, showing remnants of more than 50 cremation burials and 20 deposits from pyres was discovered at Wall.
A permanent military camp was established there around 40 AD and as the capital of the province Pannonia Superior it became one of the most important cities in the Roman Empire.