Translation for 'ninety-five' from English to Esperanto
SYNO 95 | ninety-five | xcv
naŭdek kvinninety-five
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Translation for 'ninety-five' from English to Esperanto

naŭdek kvin
Usage Examples English
  • Ninety-five of 146 books known to have been written by Bīrūnī are devoted to astronomy, mathematics, and related subjects like mathematical geography.
  • On the 31st of October, the day preceding the festival, a monk went boldly to the church, to which a crowd of worshipers was already repairing, and affixed to the door ninety-five propositions against the doctrine of indulgences.
  • ... 2 kilograms) during the three hours of a college football game, and that ninety to ninety-five percent of that loss was water.
  • Martin Luther's posting of his ninety-five theses to the church door in Wittenberg in 1517 was a direct consequence of the perfunctory sacramentalism and treasury doctrines of the medieval church.
  • The name refers to the capital of the Philippines, one of the main producers of Manila hemp. Ninety-five (95) percent was attributed to molecular variance within the population, and only 5% of the molecular variance to variation among populations.

  • The most common dating of the Reformation begins in 1517, when Luther published "The Ninety-Five Theses", and concludes in 1648 with the Treaty of Westphalia that ended years of European religious wars.
  • After failing the exam for a second time, Kennedy vowed that he would take it continuously until he was ninety-five years old or passed.
  • At the time of the 2000 census, there were one thousand seven hundred and eighty-four people, six hundred and ninety-five households and four hundred and forty-two families living in the borough.
  • Many Protestant churches are now organized by either congregational or presbyterian church polities, both descended from the writings of John Calvin, a Protestant reformer working and writing independently following the break with the Catholic Church precipitated by The Ninety-Five Theses of Martin Luther.
  • Eighteen percent were of English ancestry, 16% were of Irish, 11% German and 8% Italian ancestry. Over ninety-five (95.3) percent spoke English and 3.4% Spanish as their first language.

  • Neil also approximated that ninety-five percent of cheerleaders within America were female.
  • 30% to 35% of gluten (much of the protein in wheat) is glutamic acid. Ninety-five percent of the dietary glutamate is metabolized by intestinal cells in a first pass.
  • In response to concerns about misconduct from some indulgence preachers, in 1517 Martin Luther wrote his "Ninety-five Theses" on the topic of indulgences.
  • In October 1517 Luther published the "Ninety-five Theses", challenging papal authority and criticizing its perceived corruption, particularly with regard to instances of sold indulgences.
  • Grasslands allow for more grazers, such as horses, rhinoceroses, and hippos. Ninety-five percent of modern plants existed by the end of this epoch.

  • He died at the age of ninety-five around 646–650 in Arbon.
  • In 1392, more than a century before Martin Luther published the Ninety-five Theses, Pope Boniface IX wrote to the Bishop of Ferrara condemning the practice of certain members of religious orders who falsely claimed that they were authorized by the pope to forgive all sorts of sins, and obtained money from the simple-minded faithful by promising them perpetual happiness in this world and eternal glory in the next.
  • Martin Luther's "Ninety-five Theses" were printed and circulated widely; subsequently he issued broadsheets outlining his anti-indulgences position (certificates of indulgences were one of the first items Gutenberg had printed).
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