Translation for 'twenty-one' from English to Greek
twenty-oneείκοσι ένα
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Translation for 'twenty-one' from English to Greek

είκοσι ένα
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  • The Soviet Union was boycotting the UN for recognizing Taiwan (Republic of China) as China, and China (People's Republic of China) on the mainland was not recognized by the UN, so neither could support their ally North Korea at the Security Council meeting. Twenty-one countries of the United Nations eventually contributed to the UN force, with the United States providing around 90% of the military personnel.
  • The next work by Josephus is his twenty-one volume "Antiquities of the Jews", completed during the last year of the reign of the Emperor Flavius Domitian, around 93 or 94 AD.
  • Japan was now one of the most powerful forces in the Far East, and in 1914, it entered World War I on the side of the Allies, seizing German-occupied Kiaochow and subsequently demanding Chinese acceptance of Japanese political influence and territorial acquisitions (Twenty-One Demands, 1915).
  • The so-called Sorcerer dates from perhaps 13,000 BCE. Twenty-one red deer headdresses, made from the skulls of the red deer and likely fitted with leather laces, have been uncovered at the Mesolithic site of Star Carr.
  • His twenty-one-year reign was marked by efforts to modernize and establish control of the kingdom, whose boundaries were delineated by the two empires bordering it.

  • Gide was brought up in isolated conditions in Normandy and became a prolific writer at an early age, publishing his first novel, "The Notebooks of André Walter" (French: "Les Cahiers d'André Walter"), in 1891, at the age of twenty-one.
  • (literally "twenty-one century") is used for "21st century".
  • Examples of local traditional and recreational related games include French "Vingt-et-un" ("Twenty-One") and German "Siebzehn und Vier" ("Seventeen and Four").
  • For the 2010 general election, voters in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina elected twenty-one members in five multi-member constituencies by PR, while the remaining seven seats were allocated by compensatory PR.
  • He also came into possession of the small nearby castello of Sismano, a place with twenty-one fires (hearths, families).

  • Mamie had been twenty-one years old and Sis was thirteen when the Civil War began.
  • Following appearances on late night talk shows and in advertising during the 1960s, the Muppets began appearing on "Sesame Street" (1969–present), and attained celebrity status and international recognition through "The Muppet Show" (1976–1981), which received four Primetime Emmy Award wins and twenty-one nominations during its five-year run.
  • At the age of twenty-one, he joined the city's Guild of Saint Luke and later became dean.
  • Patriots were outraged at the influence given to Japan in the Twenty-One Demands in 1915, the complicity of Duan Qirui's Beiyang Government, and the betrayal of China in the Treaty of Versailles, wherein Japan was allowed to receive territories in Shandong which had been surrendered by Germany.
  • Twenty-one of the MiG-29s were sold to the United States in October 1997 to prevent their sale on the world market, and for research purposes.

  • Three of Carson's men died, and twenty-one were wounded.
  • Astronauts can lose up to twenty per cent of their muscle mass on spaceflights lasting five to eleven days.
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