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  • n. The cardinal number occurring after six hundred ninety-nine and before seven hundred one, represented in Arabic numerals as 700.


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  • Nasha told me, on a slow night, she can pull in anywhere from seven hundred to maybe a grand.

    Decoys, Inc.

  • A pity, thought Jason, watching as Candy, Josh and Jeremy went into the further ramifications of testing Ishmael's mathematical principle "A hundred and fifty-seven times a hundred and fifty-seven is carry the one—three hundred and eighty-five—no, that's seven hundred and eighty-five—carry the two …", that Josh hadn't been able to get a better education than he had.


  • In one recent study of seven hundred children: Chatzi L et al.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic

  • There are over seven hundred of your tame senators here, Antonius, busy smarming up to you so assiduously that their noses have turned quite brown, Octavian said acidly.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • “When all hatchings are statistically analyzed, one can hypothesize that there will be approximately one quiet in every seven hundred and fifty hatchings.”


  • On hearing the news, the seven hundred surviving members of the Sinkat garrison spiked their guns and attempted to reach Suakin on foot.

    Three Empires on the Nile

  • He sent Poplicola to Rome to cheer up his seven hundred senators, and Furnius to govern Asia Province.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • The Indians had copied saddles, stirrups, the crupper, and the lariat from the Spanish explorers, who in turn had borrowed these innovations from the Moors Arabic people from North Africa, who had previously occupied Spain for seven hundred years.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • In 1812, when the woman calling herself Delight Higgins arrived from Canada, she was able to buy three of the newly mapped but undeveloped lots on Rivington Street for just under seven hundred dollars, or a little less than two hundred and seventy-five English pounds.

    City of Glory

  • He was to sail seven hundred miles into the far south and complete the conquest of the Upper Nile by forcing the French interlopers from Fashoda without starting a war.

    Three Empires on the Nile


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