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  • But I wouldn't be surprised if we both hit one-fifty.

    The Rotation of the Earth

  • Hardly one-fifty soaking wet after Thanksgiving dinner.

    The Bottom Field

  • Now, let's be straight about this part -- this girl was not a petite powder puff, but a sizeable five-seven and about one-fifty.

    Bean Bag

  • The dress retailed for over one-fifty, but Id gotten it at less than a quarter of that, even after adding in dry cleaning to get rid of any remnants of pre-ownership.

    Fat Chance

  • Look how reg'lar she dresses, for one-fifty grand.

    Bruce Tenenbaum: John McCain Through The Looking Glass

  • Four-twenty a week and another one-fifty in living expenses.

    The Woman in the Fifth

  • There was a sign-up sheet for something called a progressive dinner at one-fifty a head.

    The Quickie

  • At one-fifty in the morning, Jack Effel comes by with a bunch of Lucite chip racks and tells us our table is breaking.

    TAKE ME TO THE RIVER

  • The pissant wants to see them closer, and after a quick inspection offers one-fifty.

    Tricks

  • He looked to be in his mid forties, with reddish brown hair, standing five-seven, about one-fifty, with darting hazel eyes.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

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