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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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Ninety-year-old Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe purged the deputy seen just months ago as his most likely successor, denouncing her before party loyalists as leader of a "treacherous cabal" bent on removing him from power.
NINETY-YEAR-OLD Bernard Jordan, a former RN officer, stole the show by AWOL-ing his wife and care home to reach France to recall D-Day.
Ninety-year-old Thomas Maloney is a veteran of the D-Day landings and is, therefore, owed much by his country and fellow countrymen and women.
Ninety-year-old George Hicks is the owner and operator of R&J Laundromat in Dayton, Ohio.
5 OUTTAKES FROM THE LIFE OF A HAPPY MAN (Jonas Mekas) Mercurial, ravishing, and precisely put together, this dancing glance at the past may be the ninety-year-old film diarist's greatest work.
19 ( ANI ): Ninety-year-old Leela Devi, the mother of martyred rifleman Jaswant Singh Rawat, has said she would lead the Sharhad ko Swaranajali function at the Indira Gandhi Park here on November 24.
Driving my ninety-year-old aunt Who was visiting from out of town We
Once, years back, when the now ninety-year-old man with the grey-flecked moustache and the trimmed eyebrows looked over the dilapidated fence that separated the two estates down into the carriage of the newly born and youngest Adam Philippitsch--Adam the Fifth--he called out in astonishment: He's a redhead
Ninety-year-old Miss Mary Earnshaw said she could no get anywhere other than by taxi which was very costly.
Plaskon also befriended a ninety-year-old woman on his route, and soon began to time his lunch hour so he could eat with her.
BEST OLDIE Britain's Oldest Stand-Up (More4, tomorrow, 10pm) 2[bar] NINETY-YEAR-OLD Jack Woodward is a Chelsea Pensioner with a dream - to perform a stand-up routine at the Hammersmith Apollo.
Britain's Oldest Stand-Up More4, Monday, 10pm Ninety-year-old Jack Woodward (pictured) is a Chelsea Pensioner with a dream - to perform a stand-up routine at the Hammersmith Apollo.