triple figure

triple figure

n.
A number consisting of three digits, between 100 and 999.
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Rahane (80) featured in a 152-run stand with Pant, who could not reach triple figure either thanks to a brilliant catch by Shimron Hetmyer.
a triple figure growth in terms of sales between 2013 and 2014 in the MEA
"Available across the region in ML 350 and ML 500 variants, a new generation of Blue Efficiency petrol engines boast 306 and 408 hp respectively, and reach triple figure km/h from a standtill in just 7.6 and 5.7 seconds."
While the lofty price tag is by no means unattainable in a Manhattan market where triple figure rents have enjoyed something of a resurgence this year, the veteran dealmaker is cognizant of an economic environment that can turn on the fall of a Greek drachma or quarterly rise in unemployment.
He hit eight sixes and seven fours to reach the triple figure mark.
Antony Gormley and Barbara Hepworth are also featured among 60-plus works, but the most striking piece is the 30ft triple figure of Jonathan Borofsky's Molecule Man 1+1+1, right.
Available across the region in ML 350 and ML 500 variants, a new generation of BlueEfficiency petrol engines boast 306 and 408 hp respectively, and reach triple figure km/h from a standstill in just 7.6 and 5.7 seconds, the statement said.
Pant who reached the triple figure mark in just 32 balls, became the second-fastest batsman in T20 history to score a century.
His 100th triple figure score was his 49th in the Indian blue one-day kit and the first against Bangladesh in that form.
Man would take a little over 40,000 s/f in the transaction, likely for rents at or near triple figure rates.
Mr Salt said: "It's not going to be a pretty day in Europe with triple figure falls expected on the open of the FTSE, the Frankfurt DAX and CAC."
Even lower floors, which typically charge less expensive rents because of the less impressive views, get triple figure rates at 9 West.