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- n. Symbol for the centilux, an SI unit of illumination equal to 10−2 lux.
- n. A Roman numeral representing one-hundred and sixty (160).
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- adj. being ten more than one hundred fifty
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I know definitely that you, Oh Netherlands, will go down.clx
[Footnote 1: Paper clx., in the Transactions of the Society, 1878, vol. vii., pages 109-168.]
There is, however, no clx, and ccccxiii is duplicated, errors which balance each other and do not disturb the final numeration.
Obj. 2: Further, Augustine says in a sermon on the Passion (clx) that
The name Aphrodisias is still used by the "Hierocles Synecdemus", by Novel clx of
 Probably Letter clx. to Diodorus is referred to.
-- [In Mark Twain: A on***n, chaps. cliii and clx.] -- We get a glimpse of one of these occasions as well as of Mark Twain's financial progress in the next brief
But the distinctive characteristic of the Bible, is, that it professes to be the work of the Holy Ghost clx
I'm surprised Carl Icahn tries to take clx, I wonder why he see's no interest in this company.
Unto whom, on his coming in the presence of the duke of Norfoike, and some others of the kings counsailes, and also of th'ambassador of Myllayn, clx APPENBIX. who came with him, I read the sayd letters and newes, declaring the same unto them formally, in the Latyn tongue; wherewith, for as much as there was matter therein of right good tenor and effect, we all rejoyced and were glad.
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