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eighty

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and eight
2. a numeral, 80, LXXX, etc., representing this number
3. the numbers 80-89, esp a person's age or the year of a particular century
4. the amount or quantity that is eight times as big as ten
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Eighty-year-old Sait Koca criticized the ban, telling Today's Zaman: "Those who removed the tents should be ashamed of themselves.
Most gratifying is to imagine eighty-year-old Jane, misty eyed, reading this ultimate tribute herself.
Eighty-year-old Lybi was among the oldest patients to attend the clinic.
Eighty-year-old Christine Toloczko, a lifelong Worcester resident who stood near one of the signs, said she used to come to try to counsel women against abortion every Friday until last year when she had some health issues.
Eighty-year-old Narayanan was asked to appear before CBI officers to record his statement in connection with the deal as he was part of the group which had gone into the tendering procedures before purchase of the helicopters, CBI sources said.
Eighty-year-old Maurice Goodwin, a resident of Wallsend, is hoping to grab the title of Tenant of the Year after being nominated by the council.
Eighty-year-old Atar Zeinab said that as a teenager he helped collect the bodies of people killed during the final months of fighting in 1948 and brought them for hurried burials in the graveyard.
Eighty-year-old Japanese climber, Yuichiro Miura became the oldest person to reach the top of Mount Everest (where they make all the double glazing).
EIGHTY-YEAR-OLD Yvonne Lewis is hoping that sharp-eyed Gazette readers may reunite her with her lost camera.
AN EIGHTY-YEAR-OLD artist is walking a 450-mile pilgrimage in Spain to celebrate his long and healthy life.
Big Body Squad Channel 5, 8pm Eighty-year-old Doreen needs taking to hospital, but she weighs 20 stone, is frail and in pain.
The eighty-year-old Punjab National Hotel building located in the Secundrabad area of Hyderabad was presently being renovated by the new owner of the building when it suddenly caved in.