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“One-hundred thousand Japanese troops are now involved in rescue and relief efforts.”
“One-hundred and fifty-one and his neocortex might explode.”
“One-hundred year bonds are rare, but with interest rates near all-time lows, borrowers with stellar reputations—including top-tier universities that are expected to be around for decades to come—have been able to get favorable rates on long-term debt, in Ohio State's case maturing as far out as June 2111.”
“One-hundred five months after the infamously non-existent weapons of mass destruction issue was used by President George W. Bush to justify an invasion of Iraq, we are marking the end of a massively costly endeavor that should have never happened in the first place.”
“One-hundred years after the influential 1895 staging of Tchaikovsky's 1877 "Swan Lake" in St. Petersburg by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov, Matthew Bourne jumped into the sacred waters and made a big splash.”
“One-hundred and forty-seven steps on the concrete path.”
“One-hundred years later, people gonna thank me, because people are going to be free.”
“One-hundred and fifty years ago they opened the country to the Western world," the customer, who would only give his first name, Naoki, said of how desserts you'd expect to find in Demel in Vienna had made it to the Far East.”
“One-hundred dollars can go a long way if twenty people make a contribution.”
“One-hundred percent, without a doubt, no Packers-issued phone," said the source close to Favre.”
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