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ninety thousand

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  • Derbend, he entered Persia at the head of ninety thousand horse: with the innumerable forces of Kipzak, Bulgaria, Circassia, and

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • Sue Fawn Chung says that Las Vegas Chinatown, the only Chinatown in Nevada, represents “a new concept,” one that combines “both commercial and cultural attractions on ninety thousand square feet of land.”

    American Chinatown

  • I shall briefly mention, 36 that he erected on the ruins of Bagdad a pyramid of ninety thousand heads; again visited Georgia; encamped on the banks of Araxes; and proclaimed his resolution of marching against the Ottoman emperor.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • He swept them up, took ninety thousand prisoners, and broke the back of the Turkish Army in the most decisive victory of the entire world war, pushing the remnants in rapid and growing disorder all the way to Damascus and surrender.

    O Jerusalem

  • Taking the most conservative figures of Iraqi civilian dead from Iraq Body Count, which relied on morgue data and media accounts, and therefore almost certainly undercounted the total numbers of victims, at least ninety thousand Iraqis had died in the war by the time Bush left office.

    The Longest War

  • When the Bolsheviki came into power Panina had in her possession ninety thousand rubles belonging to the government.

    Six Red Months in Russia: An Observer's Account of Russia Before and During the Proletarian Dictatorship

  • There were ninety thousand of them bagged in one battle in the early days of the war, at the Mazurian Lakes!

    Three Times and Out: A Canadian Boy's Experience in Germany

  • He had told him to cover the speech of Colonel Akst. About ninety thousand antiwar demonstrators filled the Sheep Meadow in Central Park on Saturday.

    1968 the Year that Rocked the World

  • Episcopalians, at a cost of ninety thousand dollars, could not be built for two hundred thousand without the organ and furniture,

    Unwritten History

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