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Noun1.50 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five50 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.50 - being ten more than forty50 - being ten more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Patterson, a scholar at Willamette University, argues plausibly that Paul, whose letter dates to about 50 CE, is simply repeating a pre-existing ritual affirmation that probably originated in the baptism practice of first-generation Jesus people (not yet "Christians").
George Benson et l'orchestre symphonique royal feront ressusciter la musique des annees 50 ce samedi au theatre Mohammed V.
About 25% population of Leicester, socially and environmentally progressive melting pot founded in 50 CE, is of India descent and about 15% of its residents are Hindus.
Se examino la toxicidad de varios insecticidas sobre abejas de Apis mellifera forrajeando en el algodon en condiciones de invernadero, incluyendo Turbine[R] 500 WG (150 g [ha.sup.-1]) (flonicamid), Actara[R] 250 WG (200 g [ha.sup.-1]) (thiametoxam), Cartap[R] 500 SP (1500 g [ha.sup.-1]) (cartap), Talstar[R] 100 CE (1000 mi [ha.sup.-1](bifenthrin) y Match[R] 50 CE (1000 mi [ha.sup.-1]) (lufenuron).
50 CE) has left us an extensive oeuvre that has been passed down in good condition.