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 Translation for 'ninety-four' from English to Portuguese
SYNO 94 | ninety-four | xciv
noventa e quatroninety-four
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Translation for 'ninety-four' from English to Portuguese

ninety-four
noventa e quatro
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Usage Examples English
  • Ninety-four percent of the total population occupies urban areas, one million of which are homeowners, and 98% have all utilities (running water, sewer systems and electric power).
  • Ornstein completed his eighth and final piano sonata in September 1990 at the age of ninety-four, making him the oldest published composer in history at the time (a mark since passed by Elliott Carter).
  • When the Boers bombarded Ladysmith with Creusot ninety-four pounder siege guns, Chamberlain asked for the dispatch of comparable artillery to the war.
  • Mercer's vitality was shown by the fact that he lived to the age of ninety-four, dying in Westminster in 1987.
  • Ninety-four percent of the state's commercial outlets are small retail stores with about 6% wholesalers.

  • The tempo is ninety-four beats per minute, with a chord progression of G#m–C#m7–E–D#7.
  • Earlier anthologies include the controversial "The New Australian Poetry" (Makar, Brisbane, 1979), and a selection of ninety-four poems from the Australian bicentennial poetry competition in 1988, published by ABC Books as "The Tin Wash Dish".
  • She returned to Carswell after mid-air refuelings, flying 23,108 miles, and remaining aloft for ninety-four hours and one minute.
  • to be deeded in each lot. Ninety-four lots in each Township were to be deeded, with the other six reserved for public purposes such as churches and schools.
  • Ninety-four historical documentaries were created over a nearly five-year period by Lucasfilm's documentary crew for the DVD release of the series.

  • from the George Washington University National Law Center in 1960, ranking number one out of a class of ninety-four students.
  • Lee's overall musical output includes more than twenty albums, including 1987's "Detroit Diesel", 1989's "About Time" (the reunion album he did with Ten Years After) recorded in Memphis with producer Terry Manning, and the back to back 1990s collections of "Zoom" and "Nineteen Ninety-Four" (US title "I Hear You Rockin).
  • The Salesians of Don Bosco are headed by the Rector Major and the society's general council, while each of the ninety-four geographical provinces is headed by a Provincial.
  • 94 (ninety-four) is the natural number following 93 and preceding 95.
  • Smith describes the intellectuals of Latin America as people from an identifiable social class, who have been conditioned by that common experience and thus are inclined to share a set of common assumptions (values and ethics); that ninety-four per cent of intellectuals come either from the middle class or from the upper class and that only six per cent come from the working class.

  • Seven Canadians were killed on the battlefield, two died shortly afterwards from wounds, and four later died of wounds or disease while on service; ninety-four more were wounded or disabled by disease.
  • In 2005, there were also 77 passenger ships. [...] Of those American-flagged ships, 51 were foreign owned. Seven hundred ninety-four (794) American-owned ships are flagged in other nations.
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