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ninety

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and nine
2. a numeral, 90, XC, etc., representing this number
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96 ( Two Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Nine And Ninety Six Paise Only )
This year marks Ninety Plus Coffee's 10th anniversary as a specialty coffee producer.
MY birthday on Independence Day has always been lots of fun, I will still be dependent on God's help if I reach ninety one.
Their design standards and the technical finesse with which they implement their high-class custom and performance parts endow the BMW Concept Ninety with an exclusive and self-assured presence.
She was preceded in death by four brothers and three sisters and is survived by a sister, Charlotte Graham of Oregon; two daughters, Joyce Anderson (Steve) of Ninety Six and Lynn Ann Sabatalo (John) of Cincinnati, OH; a son, Frank Gaskell, Jr.
NINETY DAYS: A MEMOIR OF RECOVERY charts the harrowing progress of an addict and provides a powerful survey of the addition that caused the author to lose everything.
THERE was no separating Tyrur Enda and Krug Ninety Five after they served up a thrilling finish to the Red Mills Waterford Masters at Kilcohan Park on Saturday.
However, since the right to sue is not a common law right, but strictly statutory in nature, the right to sue expires alter ninety days from the date indicated on the "right to sue" letter.
On Martha's Vineyard, ninety two year old Victoria Trumbull is fired from her job at the Island Enquirer where she has been writing the West Tisbury column for over a half a century.
If, as a matter of policy, a file ceases to be critical and becomes important after ninety days of inactivity, an ILM solution automatically archives this data after ninety days to secondary storage, without any intervention by IT personnel.
Liberalism," Edward Kennedy, who trails Kerry with ninety.
Comment is requested within ninety days of publication in the Federal Register.