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One and hundred
One man remarked that if he had a hundred pounds, he would give ninety of them to be back in England.
One hundred years ago there existed in England the Association for the Promotion of the Unity of Christendom.
One hundred two competitors paid the 10 franc entrance fee.
One modern scholar has written " It is almost certain not only that at no time in his life did he ever see, let alone command, a Roman army, but that, throughout the twenty-three years of his reign, he never went within five hundred miles of a legion ".
One of their Yukar Upopo, or legends, tells that " They lived in this place a hundred thousand years before the Children of the Sun came.
* Andrew Stewart, One hundred Greek Sculptors: Their Careers and Extant Works
One hundred and fifty more occur with the prefix ge-( reckoning a few found only in the past-participle ), but of these one hundred occur also as simple verbs, and the prefix is employed to render a shade of meaning which was perfectly known and thoroughly familiar except in the latest Anglo-Saxon period.
For instance, the name " Lord Sto Odin " in the story " Under Old Earth " is derived from the Russian words for " One hundred and one ", сто один.
In December 1944 he recorded Quite Early One Morning produced by Aneirin Talfan Davies again for the Welsh BBC but when Davies offered it for national broadcast it was turned down by BBC London .. On 31 August 1945 Quite Early One Morning was broadcast on the BBC Home Service, and in the three years beginning October 1945, Thomas made over a hundred broadcasts for the corporation.
One prominent such effort was the collection by Francis James Child in the late 19th century of the texts of over three hundred ballads in the English and Scots traditions ( called the Child Ballads ) most of which predated the sixteenth century.
One and a half years later only a few hundred survived.
* 2010 – Sachin Tendulkar becomes the first Cricket player to score a Double hundred in One Day International format.
One thousand two hundred sailors perish.
One hundred lisente equal one loti.
One estimate is over one hundred thousand meteors an hour, but another, done as the storm abated, estimated in excess of two hundred thousand meteors an hour over the entire region of North America east of the Rocky Mountains.
One definition that refers to meat as not including fish developed over the past few hundred years and has religious influences.
" One party government ", as this system is sometimes called, has been the general rule for almost three hundred years.
One of " the hundred " sent out by The Founders long ago to explore the galaxy, Odo was found adrift in 2356 in the Denorios Belt by Bajorans.
In more modern works, One hundred years later, sociology sees tradition as a social construct used to contrast past with the present and as a form of rationality used to justify certain course of action.
One hundred and ninety-two captive Africans survived the sinking and made it to shore where, under British rule, the slave trade was illegal.
One of the earliest was a competition to win ' a ton of money ' a pointed satire of tabloid newspapers promising huge cash prizes to boost circulation-the prize was in fact a metric tonne of one-and two-pence pieces, equivalent to a few hundred pounds sterling.
One hundred per cent profit on this freight is regarded as small.

One and classic
One part of her audience was totally engaged, the connoisseur witnessing a peculiarly fine performance of some ancient classic, the other part, the guest of the connoisseur, attentive as one who must take an intelligent interest in that which he does not fully understand.
One of the President's special assistants, the Harvard dean McGeorge Bundy, was co-author with Henry L. Stimson of the latter's classic memoir, On Active Service.
The city has two commercial radio stations: Forth One, a station aimed at young listeners with a mainstream chart music output, and Forth 2 on medium wave which plays classic hits.
One quip from Marx concerned his response to Sam Wood, the director of the classic film A Night at the Opera.
* Calakmul – One of two " superpowers " in the classic Maya period.
* Tikal — One of two " superpowers " in the classic Maya period.
* Peter Kropotkin: One of the classic anarchist thinkers and the most influential theorist of anarcho-communism
One of the classic questions is when are attitudes a predictor of behavior.
One of them was the HP Series 300 of Motorola 68000-based workstations, another Series 200 line of technical workstations based on a custom silicon on sapphire ( SOS ) chip design, the SOS based 16-bit HP 3000 classic series and finally the HP 9000 Series 500 minicomputers, based on their own ( 16 and 32-bit ) FOCUS microprocessor.
One by one he discovered the authors that would influence his later work: Jack London and his stories of reincarnation and past lives, most notably The Star Rover ( 1915 ); Rudyard Kipling's tales of subcontinent adventure and his chanting, shamanic verse ; the classic mythological tales collected by Thomas Bulfinch.
One of the classic calderas is at Glen Coe in the Grampian Mountains of Scotland.
Todd McCarthy in Variety magazine wrote, " One of the film's indisputable triumphs is its soundtrack, which mixes Carter Burwell's original score with classic pop tunes and some fabulous covers.
The song has become a festive classic in the UK and Ireland over the years, and was voted the best Christmas song of all time three years running in 2004, 2005, and 2006 in polls by music channel VH1 UK, despite not achieving Christmas Number One when it was released.
One classic example of such a utopia was Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward.
One of the classic hallmarks of false urban legends is a lack of specific information regarding the incident, such as names, dates, locations, or similar information.
One of the classic instances was in the First Edition of K & R.
One of her trademarks is twirling across the stage with shawls flying during the interlude of her classic songs, notably " Stand Back " and " Gypsy ".
* Smashing The Stack For Fun And Profit by Aleph One, published in issue 49, is the " classic paper " on stack buffer overflows, partly responsible for popularizing the vulnerability.
One of his first picture stories, Max and Moritz ( published in 1865 ), was an immediate success and has achieved the status of a popular classic and perennial bestseller.
One classic example of handshaking is that of modems, which typically negotiate communication parameters for a brief period when a connection is first established, and thereafter use those parameters to provide optimal information transfer over the channel as a function of its quality and capacity.
One classic example of deductive reasoning is that found in syllogisms like the following:
One of France's most renowned actresses, she has also appeared in seven English-language films, most notably the 1983 cult classic The Hunger.
One of the most classic macroeconomic inquiries is the effect of public capital investment on economic growth.
One classic example of this mode of thought is that of the rooster and the sunrise.
One classic example of PIE * t → PGmc * d is the word for ' father '.

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