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Translation for 'nine hundred' from English to Portuguese

nine hundred
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  • Theodosia remained a minor village for much of the next nine hundred years.
  • According to Khenchen Palden Sherab, there are traditionally said to be nine thousand nine hundred and ninety-nine biographies of Padmasambhava.
  • Documented and suspected fragging incidents totalled nearly nine hundred from 1969 to 1972.
  • Out of five thousand Rhodes Scholarships awarded between 1903 and 1990, about nine hundred went to students from Africa.
  • Of the nine hundred Swiss Guards defending the palace on 10 August 1792, about six hundred were killed during the fighting or massacred after they surrendered.
  • The population was nine hundred and seventy-one at the time of the 2020 census.
  • Sugar Notch is a borough in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was nine hundred and ninety-six at the time of the 2020 census.
  • The population was nine hundred and ninety-one at the time of the 2020 census, a decline from the figure of one thousand fifty-two that was tabulated in 2010.
  • The Savannah Civic Center on Montgomery Street is host to more than nine hundred events each year.
  • Starting 2019, whenever the Saint Louis Chess Club hosts Fischer Random chess tournaments, their tournaments are called Chess 9LX, where '9LX' is a combination of the Hindu-Arabic numeral 9 and the Roman numeral LX (60), a possible reference to how the number '960' is often read as 'nine-sixty' instead of 'nine hundred sixty' when talking about 'chess960'.
  • In his last incarnation as Laozi, he lived nine hundred and ninety years and spent his life traveling to reveal the Tao.
  • He personally selected the recipients from over nine hundred applications.
  • ... "one thousand nine hundred forty-five"), it is not an independent system "per se".
  • The number of borrowed words is conservatively estimated to be around nine-hundred in standard English but rises to the thousands in some dialects.
  • One is that the town is named after Felix of Burgundy, a saint and the first bishop of the East Angles in the seventh century, although as the name Felixstowe isn't recorded for almost another nine hundred years this seems to be any unlikely direct source of the name.
  • By the Counties (Detached Parts) Act 1844, Oldbury was reincorporated into Worcestershire after a nine-hundred-year absence.
  • Egan invents several new theories of physics, beginning with Kozuch Theory, the dominant physics paradigm for nearly nine hundred years before the beginning of the novel.
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