xxi


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Noun1.xxi - the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty and oneXXI - the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty and one
large integer - an integer equal to or greater than ten
Adj.1.xxi - being one more than twentyxxi - being one more than twenty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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While an ambiguous Article XXI is not free from abuse, history suggests that the ambiguity is often a constructive one.
La proximidad del siglo XXI, cuyo advenimiento se anuncia entre grandes desafios cientificos, cosmologicos y filosoficos, es un reto inevitable que tiene el actual modelo del conocimiento humano frente a si.
In the XXI century people of Azerbaijan continue to suffer from Occupation/Annexation/Anschluss policy of neighboring Armenia inherent to WWII as once again manifested by Armenian leadership recently", Mr Hajiyev wrote.
Mexico's National Immigration Institute (INM), which runs Siglo XXI, did not respond to repeated requests for comment on conditions at the center.
Tickets are $10, or 11 for $100, available at Happy Trails, SSL XXI, 10755 Apple Valley Rd Apple Valley, CA 92308, www.happytrails.org or Ph: (855) 788-4440.
Oil and gas company Cox Oil said on Friday that it has completed the merger between the affiliates of Cox (Merger Sub) and Energy XXI Gulf Coast Inc (EGC) (NASDAQ:EGC).
Apidos XXI (the issuer) is an arbitrage cash flow collateralized loan obligation (CLO) managed by CVC Credit Partners, LLC that originally closed in June 2015.
The asset will be purchased using proceeds from the sale of vREIT XXI's shares and a USD 3.75m, 2.75% floating rate loan from Southside Bank.
A state-of-the-art S-band MSS satellite with Ka-band feeder links, EchoStar XXI, owned and operated by EchoStar, was built by Space Systems Loral (SSL) and will be located at the 10.25 degrees East geostationary orbital position.