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Adj.1.xcv - being five more than ninetyxcv - being five more than ninety    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Tomato seeds of the variety 'Marglobe', which is susceptible to Xcv, were inoculated with the pathogenic bacteria by placing 50 g of seed in 200 ml Xcv inoculum under a vacuum using a vacuum pump (FJC 6909 3.
Vinte dias apos a emergencia, essas especies foram inoculadas artificialmente com Xcv 3 (isolado de Xanthomonas campestris pv.
1993): "Uso no monetal de algunas monedas punicas de la Peninsula Iberica", Rivista Italiana di Numismatica, XCV, pp.
The same pragmatica goes on to mandate the "armas convenibles ofensivas y defensivas" that all their "subditos y naturales de cualquier ley y estado o condicion" (43) must keep at the ready in their homes, (44) with certain arras for each "estado o condicion" (Las pramaticas, Folio XCV, ley ciii).
Belknap, in COLLECTIONS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS HISTORICAL SOCIETY FOR THE YEAR M, DCC, XCV, at 191-211 (Boston, Hall 1795).
In The New-Hampshire Mercury and the General Advertiser II, issue XCV (October 4, 1786): 1-2.
At what point these echoes and reminiscences, conscious or unconscious, become actual allusions, to which the reader is expected to respond with something other than a mere joyously grievous glow of vague recognition, is a very difficult question (and one which Moore, I, XCV, is probably wise to duck in respect of wider English patterns of influence).
Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law XCV (2).
MDV +1 =NEW DCL + 2 = FEN MXV + 3 = PAY MVI + 5 = RAN LIV + 6 = ROB CXXI + 7 = JEEP LXXVI + 9 = UGGER CDLI + 11 = NOWT DCCV+ 12 = POOH MCL + 15 = BRA CDI + 16 = STY CXX+ 17 = TOO XCV + 18 = PUN DLII + 19 = WEBB CIX + 22 = YET MDCC + 23 = JAZZ DCCV + 24 = BAAT
The target FPGA was the Xilinx Virtex XCV 1000BG560-4.
Gillis, 'Crime and state surveillance in nineteenth-century France', American Journal of Sociology, xcv (September 1989), 314.