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- adjective the ordinal number of one hundred twenty in counting order
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I could see me hundred-and-twentieth birthday, I could easily.
It then indicated an altitude on my part of 132,000 feet, or five-and-twenty miles, and I consequently surveyed at that time an extent of the earth's area amounting to no less than the three hundred-and-twentieth part of its entire superficies.