- adj. the ordinal number of one hundred twenty in counting order
“Thus, the 3rd North Carolina Infantry, with whom I had the honor to serve, was inducted into service of the United States and was thereafter known as the 120th Infantry of the 30th Division.”
“The fourth largest precinct is the 120th, which is 14 square miles. rss”
“The fourth largest precinct is the 120th, which is 14 square miles.”
“Today is April 30, 2010 and the 120th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.”
“Five People Born at the End of AprilToday is April 30, 2010 and the 120th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar.”
“Like Harrington, Atwal also needs a good week to book his place in the FedExCup playoffs as he lies precariously close to the cut-off at 120th.”
“Last month's 120th anniversary of his birth is a chance to reflect on how liberalization has helped and can further help Dalits.”
“Highbrow must-see of the week is this all-star gala concert filmed on May 5 to celebrate the famous concert hall's 120th year.”
“Carnegie Hall 120th Anniversary Concert Tuesday, 8/7c, PBS; check tvguide.com listings”
“The defense ranked 120th against the pass and 114th in total defense.”
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