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 Translation for 'seventy two' from English to Russian
семьдесят дваseventy-two
Partial Matches
семьдесятseventy
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семьдесят одинseventy-one
семьдесят семьseventy-seven
семьдесят шестьseventy-six
семьдесят пятьseventy-five
семьдесят четыреseventy-four
семьдесят триseventy-three
семьдесят девятьseventy-nine
семьдесят восемьseventy-eight
дваtwo
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тридцать дваthirty-two
двадцать дваtwenty-two
пятьдесят дваfifty-two
шестьдесят дваsixty-two
девяносто дваninety-two
сорок дваforty-two
две тысячиtwo thousand
восемьдесят дваeighty-two
двестиtwo hundred
орн.T
шлемоносный казуар {м} [Casuarius casuarius]
two-wattled cassowary
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Usage Examples English
  • In demonology, Corson is one of the four principal kings that have power over the seventy-two demons that are supposedly constrained by King Solomon, according to the Lesser Key of Solomon.
  • However, others object that the narration granting all men seventy-two wives has a weak chain of narrators.
  • On 26 August 1678 John Berkeley died, aged seventy-two years. He was buried on 5 September in St Mary's Church, Twickenham. A memorial window commemorates him and his brother Sir William Berkeley.
  • The upper platform contains seventy-two small stupas surrounding one large central stupa.
  • The nine tales from the three booklets were combined and then published in one volume and sold at seventy-two shillings.

  • Just over seventy-two days after her departure from Hoboken, Bly was back in New York.
  • ... 8 million square miles), and a large population, including an estimated forty two to seventy two million individuals in Europe.
  • In all, seventy two shops were sold that were neither part of the original Competition Commission ruling nor part of the Safeway Compact portfolio.
  • Seventy-two percent of Greek adults aged 25–64 have completed upper secondary education, which is slightly less than the OECD average of 74 percent.
  • One hundred-seventy-two farms exist in Virginia Beach, mostly below the greenline in the southern portion of the city.

  • In March 2007, "Moondance" was listed as number seventy-two on the NARM Rock and Roll Hall of Fame list of the "Definitive 200".
  • In 2018, the annual UN report on children in armed conflict found 224 cases of child recruitment by the People's Protection Units and its women's unit in 2017, an almost fivefold increase from the 2016. Seventy-two of the children, nearly one-third, were girls.
  • The Chaldeans remained quietly ruled by the native Babylonians (who were in turn subjugated by their Assyrian relations) for the next seventy-two years, only coming to historical prominence for the first time in Babylonia in 780 BC, when a previously unknown Chaldean named Marduk-apla-usur usurped the throne from the native Babylonian king Marduk-bel-zeri (790–780 BC).
  • Hangar space was not greatly increased in comparison to "Sōryū" and both "Shōkaku" and "Zuikaku" could each carry just nine more aircraft than "Sōryū", giving them a normal operating capacity of seventy-two plus room for twelve in reserve.
  • In April 1866, Tupper secured a motion of the Nova Scotia legislature in favour of union by promising that he would renegotiate the Seventy-two Resolutions at the upcoming conference in London.

  • which was voted on at a referendum in December 1999. Seventy-two percent of those who voted approved of the new constitution.
  • The function of the councilor ends after a continuous or discontinuous period of fifteen years or when the relevant person reaches the age of seventy-two.
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