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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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Ninetieth Minute, 1lb inferior on official ratings, has the same weight as Sweet My Lord.
J Moore 163 34 042 NINETIETH MINUTE (21) T J Taaffe 10 10-3 .
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Tuesday, 19 March 2013, will mark the ninetieth birthday of Canadian abortionist Henry Morgentaler.
Cross Appeal is a major contender for Noel Meade, while Ninetieth Minute, Allee Garde, Lastoftheleaders and Leanne are other notable runners.
WORCESTER Joseph Brantas, 89, of Worcester, died Tuesday, March 6, 2012 in Rose Monahan Hospice Home, 10 Judith Road, approaching his ninetieth birthday.
January 2010 marked the ninetieth anniversary of the founding of the NBER.
In his ninetieth year, Henry continued to come into the office almost every day, to teach his very popular international arbitration course without missing a session, to publish articles, and to participate in our conferences.
Coral Cup winner Ninetieth Minute heads the Irish challenge along with Tom Mullins' Oscar Dan Dan.
I'm also a little bit worried about Aitmatov and Ninetieth Minute.
Leamington seemed unable to break down a resilient defence until Jay Denny's whipped cross was volleyed home by Husband in the ninetieth minute, before Guy Sanders' header, two minutes into stoppage time, was ruled out for an infringement.
These essays on aspects of World War I and Ireland were originally broadcast on Irish radio in commemoration of the ninetieth anniversary of the end of the war.