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Noun1.lxxx - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and eightLXXX - the cardinal number that is the product of ten and eight
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.lxxx - being ten more than seventylxxx - being ten more than seventy    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Earn instruendam atque apparandam item curaverunt Ildephonsus Adeva, Franciscus Domingo, Radulfus Lanzetti et Marcellus Merino, Roma: Libreria Editrice Vaticana-Ediciones Universidad de Navarra, MCMLXXXIX, encuadernado en tela, LXXX + 1378 pags.
45) "Violations of Modesty among Women," in Al-Naba' Issue LXXX, Centra| Media Diwan, May 11, 2017, p.
The word "leaded" here may connote something deadly and oppressive-the lead sealing of a coffin, perhaps-at the same time as it may also recall the leaded windows of more aristocratic dwellings, of Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire, for example, where, as Pound had recalled in Canto LXXX (528), he and Dorothy had once seen a copy of Magna Carta.
In December, the Colombian Coffee Growers Federation (FNC) held its LXXX National Congress of Coffee Growers.
Papers of the British School at Rome, Volume LXXX 2012, Papers of the British School at Rome.
For example, in "Canto LXXX," Pound points out "trees" "under Abelard's bridges" are "Elysium," but this precision aims at speaking "for serenity.
Mandatory legal representation is set out in the Act on the Constitutional Court for constitutional complaint proceedings, but legal aid is excluded in Act LXXX on Legal Aid(2003) which is contrary to the Basic Law because it effectively means that the right of remedy is denied to the socially disadvantaged.
Dans ce cas precis - le passage d'une montagne qui denature le caractere des chevaliers - l'adjectif refere bien a un evenement qui tient de la merveille, a la difference de l'emploi hyperbolique que l'on trouve a la rubrique LXXX (<< Du VIIe veu que fist Cassei le Baudrain, qui fu moult grans et merveilleux >>), ou Bryant traduit le meme adjectif par << remarkable >> ; l'adjectif << merveilleux >> est traduit ailleurs, a juste titre, par << wondrous >>.
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, LXXX, Article No.
Giocasta, un volgarizzamento euripideo di Lodovico Dolce (1549) in <<Aevum>>, LXXX, settembre-dicembre 2006, pp.
Methodological Rules in Kant's Philosophy of Science", en: Kant Studien, LXXX (1989), pp.