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Noun1.60 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and six60 - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and six
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.60 - being ten more than fifty60 - being ten more than fifty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Then there's Boudicca, who led a spirited uprising against the occupying Romans in Britain in 60 AD.
Then there's Boudicca who led a spirited uprising against the occupying Romans in Britain in 60 AD.
Andrew died in Patras, Greece, in 60 AD, crucified on an X-shaped cross that inspired his symbol, the Saltire.
In 60 AD the occupying Romans prompted British Queen Boadicea into rebellion by turning a gift that her Iceni tribe didn't want into a loan they couldn't repay.
In the study, 60 AD patients were randomly assigned to once daily administration of 150 mg of the new zinc formulation or a matching placebo for 6 months.
On the occasion of Neronia, the special games celebrated in 60 AD, he recited a eulogy for the emperor, which, naturally, increased considerably his glory among his peers.
dated 60 AD, gold necklace British Age display At this slightly more leisurely pace, he has time to make one-off documentaries and programmes, and doesn't miss newsreading at all.
of Reading) traces the literary history of the British queen who led a rising against Roman occupation about 60 AD. She begins on the historical texts, then looks at Boudica the woman, the campaign, and other aspects.
It's believed the fort was built by the Romans as a campaign headquarters and a supply depot after the Boudican revolt in 60 AD.
The second programme focuses on another heroic figure, Boadicea - or Buddug as she's known in Welsh - leader of the Iceni tribe, who rose up against the Romans in 60 AD. He also discovers how the Romans built Bath and, in south east Wales, Caerwent.