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Adj.1.ninety-one - being one more than ninetyninety-one - being one more than ninety    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Now, of two hundred and fifty-one members who composed the parliament, there were one hundred and ninety-one who were in the way and might have upset his political wagon.
"And all these one hundred and ninety-one were Royalists?" asked Athos.
They had now floated down the river about ninety-one miles, when finding the mountains on the right diminished to moderate sized hills, they landed, and prepared to resume their journey on foot.
* Despite continual and almost inconceivable hazards, Anna Roylston lived to the royal age of ninety-one. As the Pococks defied the executioners of the Fighting Groups, so she defied the executioners of the Iron Heel.
'Other currencies found with Lakis include Riyal 391,838 (Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Eight Hundred and Thirty-Eight Riyals), CHF 3,420 (Three Thousand Four Hundred and Twenty Swiss Franc).
Pakistan had announced last month to release two hundred and ninety-one Indian fishermen in two phases as a goodwill gesture.Under the first phase, one hundred and forty-five fishermen were released on 29th of last month.
Air Force Historian from 1955 to 1977, died on September 8, 2014, at the age of ninety-one. Mr.
Asked if he was returning to prove he could win fairly, Schuey seethed: "Ninety-one victories, seven titles, you win only in a bad way.
The German sarcastically replied: "Ninety-one victories, seven titles, you win only in a bad way.
Jasper's accused killer was nearly lynched by the townsfolk, yet ultimately lived to the age of ninety-one. Murder on Rouse Hill tells of a young girl who unwittingly visited the murder site in 1928, then returned decades later as a spirited 84-year-old woman in the middle of bizarre events that could almost be described as supernatural.
Board independence: Ninety-one percent of respondents have an independent chairman, lead director or presiding director--up from 83 percent in 2005 and 71 percent in 2004.