- adj. the ordinal number of two hundred in counting order
“Richard Dean Anderson To Guest Star in 200th Stargate SG-1”
“Colonel Richard Kemp, commander of British forces in Afghanistan between 2003 and 2004, called the 200th death "a very significant milestone".”
“Ebenezer Scrooge saw off many of the writer's best known and loved creations, including Miss Havisham, Sydney Carton, the Artful Dodger, Fagin, Nancy and Magwitch, in a Penguin Books poll commissioned to mark the 200th anniversary this week of Dickens's birth.”
“Events are taking place across the globe to mark Dickens's 200th birthday on Tuesday 7 February, including a street party in the road where he was born in Portsmouth, and a wreath-laying ceremony at his grave in Poets' Corner, Westminster Abbey, London.”
“In poll to mark the author's 200th anniversary, the miser has been voted the UK's favourite Charles Dickens character.”
“But, the Winchester Repeating Arms Company is bringing out the gun now because it commemorates the 200th birthday of Oliver Winchester.”
“The president's supporters waved flags and chanted "Long live Chavez" in Venezuela's capital Sunday, during a march to mark the country's 200th anniversary of independence from Spain.”
“Today we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, the biologist (or naturalist, in those days) who first proposed that all species evolved from a common ancestor through natural selection.”
“Although Leroy Jethro Gibbs got to see how his life could have played out differently on the landmark 200th episode of NCIS, he decided he wouldn't have it any other way.”
“The season's top show, NCIS, marked its 200th show with another big audience, while also trumping Fox's Glee in the coveted adults-18-to-49 demographic.”
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