- n. The cardinal number between seven thousand nine hundred and ninety nine and eight thousand and one.
“In between never mind the arithmetic lay eight thousand years of the Apogée du Bonheur.”
“THE FIRST CASUALTY of the deployment took place eight thousand miles away from the war zone.”
“At that time, according to Colin Tubbs in his ecological history of the New Forest, there were probably seven or eight thousand deer in the forest, mostly fallow deer, with three or four hundred red deer.”
“Cromer feared losing Kassala to the Mahdists, but that did not mean he wanted to fight the eight thousand Dervishes at Dongola.”
“What they do know is that Madame Max Goesler spends seven or eight thousand a year, and that she will give no man an opportunity of even asking her to marry him.”
“According to Dr. Julian Whitaker, director of the Whitaker Wellness Institute and editor of the newsletter Health and Healing, more than eight thousand clinical studies attest to the protective effects of individual antioxidant vitamins, minerals, and extracts from mushrooms, herbs, and other medicinal plants.”
“Gross vehicle weights are typically in the six thousand to eight thousand conrange.”
“The first was to drive north up the valley of the Hudson, seeking a rendezvous with a strong force of eight thousand troops heading south from Quebec under command of “Gentleman Johnny” Burgoyne, a flamboyant major general and a rival of William Howe for the favor of the British ministry.”
“There are more than eight thousand Wal-Mart stores worldwide, over four thousand of them in the United States, each of which averages nearly three football fields in size.66 Stacy Mitchell, author of Big-Box Swindle, comments that “with 600 million square feet of floor space in the United States, Wal-Mart could fit every man, woman, and child in the country inside its stores.””
“Legionaries, fourteen thousand will never fight again, plus another eight thousand from Statianus.”
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