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Adj.1.56 - being six more than fifty56 - being six more than fifty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Fattal concludes the study by focusing at the First Letter to the Corinthians, dated around 56 AD and particularly comments a key excerpt:
The city was conquered by Muslim Leader Khalid Bin al-Walid in 636 AD as the tomb of this famous leader was built at the city center in a mosque named after him.Homs embraces many archeological religious monuments making it a very important tourist attraction such as Church of Umm Al Zunnar (the Virgin's Girdle).It is one of the oldest churches in the world that was built in 56 AD.Many ancient markets and bathhouses dating back to the Ayyubid and Mumluk era were built in the city.
Just under half the 151 published advertisements (73 ads) mentioned product life cycle, and about a third (56 ads) referred to a driving force; in general, the ads that mentioned a driving force also referred to a leverage point (54 ads).