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 Translation for 'ninety-two' from English to Esperanto
SYNO 92 | ninety-two | xcii
naŭdek duninety-two
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Translation for 'ninety-two' from English to Esperanto

ninety-two
naŭdek du
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Usage Examples English
  • Other rebels were also sentenced to hang and ninety-two men were sent to Van Diemen's Land.
  • 39th nationally for 2019–20 by "Bloomberg Businessweek". Ninety-two percent of the school's graduates received job offers in 2019.
  • James Leve discusses Kander's prolific career and his late musical style in the essay, "John Kander: the First Ninety-Two Years".
  • Louis-Joseph was part of the committee that wrote the Ninety-Two Resolutions passed by the Legislative Assembly on February 21, 1834.
  • For years there were over 100 buildings on the Property, mostly in substandard, unsafe, unsanitary, dilapidated and/or obsolescent condition. Ninety-two of these buildings were abated and demolished summer 2007.

  • It is approximately ninety-two miles northwest of Wichita on U.S.
  • The area has several large green parks such as Grovelands Park which covers ninety-two acres and contains the seven-acre former boating lake and adjoining woodland of the adjacent Grade I listed Grovelands House (formerly 'Southgate Grove').
  • The ninety-two peers are made up of three separate groups.
  • Lord Cranbrook died at his residence of Hemsted Park in October 1906, aged ninety-two, and was succeeded by his eldest son John. His third son the Hon. Alfred Gathorne-Hardy was also a politician.
  • 92 (ninety-two) is the natural number following 91 and preceding 93.

  • Ninety-two percent of the town was destroyed by bombing and ground fighting during the Second World War.
  • Ninety-two per cent of the land in the province, inhabited by about 35% of the population, is under provincial administration and has no local, elected representation.
  • The party's constitutional policy, summed up in the Ninety-Two Resolutions of 1834, called for the election of the legislative and executive councils.
  • Initially there were ninety-two Collections (formed by merging the previously separate Customs Collections and Excise Collections) but these were later reduced: to thirty-nine by 1930, twenty-nine by 1971.
  • He voted against the Ninety-Two Resolutions. He was also the leader of Freemasonry in the area for many of the villagers and surrounding communities.

  • The Ninety-Two Resolutions were drafted by Louis-Joseph Papineau and other members of the "Parti patriote" of Lower Canada in 1834.
  • Starting in November, 2021, ninety-two elm trees are being added to the Grande Allée to recreate its historic appearance.
  • In the Qing dynasty, the ninety-two rules for the fundamental structure of regular script are established, calligrapher [...] wrote a guidebook to illustrate these rules, each rule has four characters for sample.
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