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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?
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.
Pakistan had announced last month to release two hundred and ninety-one Indian fishermen in two phases as a goodwill gesture.
The City of Burlington, Burlington International Airport, herein referred to as the Owner , has acquired ninety-one (91) properties in the City of South Burlington located in residential neighborhoods adjacent to the airport.
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.
Ninety-one days later, NetZero had a new business model, charging $9.
Ninety-one percent of participating vets discussed the program with 9 others and 68 percent of producers shared ATP experiences with an average of 7 other people.
At ninety-one Franklin continued to set ballets from the heyday of the Ballets Russes.
Ninety-one military officers and civilians graduated from the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies "Comprehensive Security Responses to Terrorism Course (CSRT)" in Honolulu on September 16, 2005.
NINETY-one year-old Mark Felt, the deputy head of the FBI in the early 1970s, has stepped forward to claim that he was Deep Throat - the secret source instrumental in the downfall of President Richard Nixon.