one hundred fifty

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: hundred fifty - being ten more than one hundred forty
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Free ration packs were also distributed amongst one hundred fifty families on the occasion.
Talking to newsmen, the Interior Minister said that one hundred seventy two thousand national identity cards have been blocked across the country while over one hundred fifty thousand are being scrutinized.
Free bingo is defined as a game where the value of a single prize awarded shall not exceed ten dollars and the total value of all the prizes awarded shall not exceed one hundred fifty dollars in any calendar day.
NNA - 9-07-2011 - One thousand one hundred fifty dounams of cannabis were destroyed in the Bekaa by the ISF, the directorate of internal police announced today.
The bridge will benefit the population of one hundred fifty villages of the area while the distance from Narowal to Lahore will be reduced by twenty three kilometres, the report added.
At first, I found the fact that there are one hundred fifty thousand records gathering dust in a temperature-controlled warehouse in Middlesex, England depressing.
The people of Carmel, who view the delicious delight as sacred and divine, are invaded by the land of Reverent, which is strict with it's laws and the dark indulgence has been outlawed for over one hundred fifty years.
One hundred fifty categories of materials can then be reused by people in a context of making sure that these materials don't end up in a landfill or in an incinerator.
THIS OCTOBER, THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, Boston, will present an exhibition of some one hundred fifty of the finest examples of Rembrandt's etchings together with about twenty paintings and thirty drawings which are similar to etchings ill craftsmanship and scale.
Examining miracle stories associated with approximately one hundred fifty cults of the fourteenth century, Michael Goodich offers an interesting study of popular belief and mentalite in a turbulent century.