46 | The Book of Numbers, the fourth of the Books of Moses in the Old Testament of the Bible, the fourth book in the Torah - *"For in the book of Numbers is it writ, when the man dies, let the inheritance descend unto the daughter."* |

47 | Third-person singular simple present indicative form of number |

48 | plural form of number |

49 | Many individuals as a group |

50 | Num |

51 | fourth book of the Old Testament (Biblical) `isim` |

52 | plural of number |

53 | third-person singular of number |

54 | pl |

55 | 7 n in math, an indefinite whole number 8 n the fourteenth in a series 9 n a Roman numeral for 90 |

56 | Spell out numbers from one to ten except for these situations: When a sentence begins with a number When the numbers have technical significance or need to stand out for quick comprehension (such as tables, statistical material, money amounts, clock time, proportions and ratios, percentages, sports scores, academic grades, highway designations, abbreviations and symbols, technical reference to age, periods of time, page numbers, lists of recipe ingredients, and numbers referred to as numbers) When a range of two or more related numbers are used, at least one of which is higher than ten (example: from 6 to 15 people attended) |

57 | representations of integers, rationals, approximation to the reals by floating point |

58 | make qualitative statements and are therefore between myth and reality, partly discovered and partly invented 1-10 are archetypes Mediators of human and higher world |

59 | an illegal daily lottery |

60 | the fourth book of the Old Testament; contains a record of the number of Israelites who followed Moses out of Egypt |

61 | A player's score after the subtraction of his or her handicap from the Gross Score is the Net Score Adding strokes for each Mulligan yields the True Score If whiffs and fluffs are also counted, the resulting tabulation is the Real Score If strokes for lost balls, improved lies, and shots hit out of bounds are included as well, the grand total is the Actual Score This number, when adjusted upward to reflect all gimme putts, becomes the Correct Score When all the strokes made in sand traps and around obstructions are tacked on, this larger sum is the Absolute, Final, Honest-to-Goodness Score, which is usually only a halfdozen or so strokes lower than the total number of shots the player in fact made |

62 | 1, 2, 3, etc |

63 | O T |

64 | of Number |

65 | October Listopad |

66 | Bemidbar In the Desert |

67 | 00-11-01 Diseases/Causes of Death00-11-01 Military Terminology00-11-01 Titles/Occupations00-11-01 |

68 | The fourth book of the Pentateuch, containing the census of the Hebrews |

69 | number | A person - *"He had to focus on the mission, staying alive and getting out, not on the sexy number rubbing up against him."* |

70 | number | An item of clothing, particularly a stylish one - *""I doubt the sexy number you wore earlier tonight fell from the sky.""* |

71 | number | A telephone number - *"When I agreed to go surfing with him he said, “Great, can I have your number?” Well, I don’t give my number to guys I don’t know."* |

72 | number | A sequence of digits and letters used to register people, auotmobiles, and various other items |

73 | number | A performance; especially, a single song or song and dance routine within a larger show - *"For his second number, he sang "The Moon Shines Bright"."* |

74 | number | Poetic metres; verses, rhymes - *"Griefe brought to numbers cannot be so fierce, / For, he tames it, that fetters it in verse."* |

75 | number | A member of one of several classes: natural numbers,integers, rational numbers, real numbers, complex numbers, quaternions - *"The equation e^{i\pi}+1=0 includes the most important numbers: 1, 0, \pi, i, and e."* |

76 | number | A numeral: a symbol for a non-negative integer - *"The number 8 is usually made with a single stroke."* |

77 | number | Indicating the position of something in a list or sequence. Abbreviations: No or No., no or no. (in each case, sometimes written with a superscript "o", like Nº or №). The symbol "#" is also used in this manner - *"Horse number 5 won the race."* |

78 | number | Quantity - *"His army is vast in number."* |

79 | number | Of a word or phrase, the state of being singular, dual or plural, shown by inflection - *"Adjectives and nouns should agree in gender, number, and case."* |

80 | number | A marijuana cigarette, or joint; also, a quantity of marijuana bought form a dealer - *"Back at his place again, Doc rolled a number, put on a late movie, found an old T-shirt, and sat tearing it up into short strips ."* |

81 | number | An abstract entity used to describe quantity - *"Zero, one, -1, 2.5, and pi are all numbers."* |

82 | number | To label (items) with numbers; to assign numbers to (items) - *"Number the baskets so that we can find them easily."* |

83 | number | Comparative form of numb: more numb |

84 | number | To total or count; to amount to - *"I don’t know how many books are in the library, but they must number in the thousands."* |

85 | NUMBER | beaufort |

86 | Number | dai |

87 | number | To reckon as one of a collection or multitude |

88 | number | To count; to reckon; to ascertain the units of; to enumerate |

89 | number | That which is regulated by count; poetic measure, as divisions of time or number of syllables; hence, poetry, verse; chiefly used in the plural |

90 | number | count; assign a number; equal in amount; limit, allot; be included in (a specific group); total, add up to `fiil` |

91 | number | The distinction of objects, as one, or more than one (in some languages, as one, or two, or more than two), expressed (usually) by a difference in the form of a word; thus, the singular number and the plural number are the names of the forms of a word indicating the objects denoted or referred to by the word as one, or as more than one |

92 | number | The measure of the relation between quantities or things of the same kind; that abstract species of quantity which is capable of being expressed by figures; numerical value |

93 | number | a numeral or string of numerals that is used for identification; "she refused to give them her Social Security number" |

94 | number | Quantity, regarded as made up of an aggregate of separate things |

95 | number | a select company of people; "I hope to become one of their number before I die" |

96 | number | the grammatical category for the forms of nouns and pronouns and verbs that are used depending on the number of entities involved (singular or dual or plural); "in English the subject and the verb must agree in number" |

97 | number | the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals; "he had a number of chores to do"; "the number of parameters is small"; "the figure was about a thousand" |

98 | number | an item of merchandise offered for sale; "she preferred the black nylon number"; "this sweater is an all-wool number" |

99 | number | a clothing measurement; "a number 13 shoe" |

100 | number | To amount; to equal in number; to contain; to consist of; as, the army numbers fifty thousand |

101 | number | Showing the rank of something in a list or sequence. Abbreviations: No or No., no or no. (in each case, sometimes written with a superscript "o", like Nº or №). The symbol "#" is also used in this manner |

102 | number | a concept of quantity derived from zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence" |

103 | number | cypher `isim` |

104 | number | A symbol for a non-negative integer; a numeral |

105 | number | A collection of many individuals; a numerous assemblage; a multitude; many |

106 | number | Numerousness; multitude |

107 | number | A numeral; a word or character denoting a number; as, to put a number on a door |

108 | number | That which admits of being counted or reckoned; a unit, or an aggregate of units; a numerable aggregate or collection of individuals; an assemblage made up of distinct things expressible by figures |

109 | number | The state or quality of being numerable or countable |

110 | number | To give or apply a number or numbers to; to assign the place of in a series by order of number; to designate the place of by a number or numeral; as, to number the houses in a street, or the apartments in a building |

111 | number | the number is used in calling a particular telephone; "he has an unlisted number" |

112 | number | place a limit on the number of enumerate; "We must number the names of the great mathematicians" |

113 | number | a short theatrical performance that is part of a longer program; "he did his act three times every evening"; "she had a catchy little routine"; "it was one of the best numbers he ever did" |

114 | number | safety in numbers: see safety. Basic element of mathematics used for counting, measuring, solving equations, and comparing quantities. They fall into several categories. The counting numbers are the familiar 1, 2, 3 . . . ; whole numbers are the counting numbers and zero; integers are the whole numbers and the negative counting numbers; and the rational numbers are all possible quotients formed by integers, including fractions. These numbers can be symbolically represented by terminating or repeating decimals. Irrational numbers cannot be represented by fractions of integers or repeating decimals and must be represented by special symbols such as SquareRoot(2), e, and . Together, the rational and irrational numbers constitute the real numbers, which form an algebraic field (see field theory), as do the complex numbers. While the counting numbers and rational numbers come about as the means of counting, calculating, and measuring, the others arose as means of solving equations. See also transcendental number. atomic number Avogadro's number complex number imaginary number International Standard Book Number irrational number number system number theory prime number rational number real number Reynolds number transcendental number |

115 | number | If you refer to the numbers game, the numbers racket, or the numbers, you are referring to an illegal lottery or illegal betting. see also numbers game |

116 | number | one of a series published periodically; "she found an old issue of the magazine in her dentist's waitingroom" |

117 | number | add up in number or quantity; "The bills amounted to $2,000"; "The bill came to $2,000" |

118 | number | determine the number or amount of; "Can you count the books on your shelf?"; "Count your change" |

119 | number | place a limit on the number of |

120 | number | put into a group; "The academy counts several Nobel Prize winners among its members" |

121 | number | enumerate; "We must number the names of the great mathematicians" |

122 | number | give numbers to; "You should number the pages of the thesis" |

123 | number | If you say that someone's or something's days are numbered, you mean that they will not survive or be successful for much longer. Critics believe his days are numbered because audiences are tired of watching him |

124 | number | He cut his paper up into tiny squares, and he numbered each one see also opposite number, prime number, serial number |

125 | number | You use number with words such as `large' or `small' to say approximately how many things or people there are. Quite a considerable number of interviews are going on I have had an enormous number of letters from single parents Growing numbers of people in the rural areas are too frightened to vote |

126 | number | If there are a number of things or people, there are several of them. If there are any number of things or people, there is a large quantity of them. I seem to remember that Sam told a number of lies There must be any number of people in my position |

127 | number | You use numbers to say how many things you are referring to or where something comes in a series. No, I don't know the room number Stan Laurel was born at number 3, Argyll Street The number 47 bus leaves in 10 minutes |

128 | number | A number is a word such as `two', `nine', or `twelve', or a symbol such as 1, 3, or |

129 | number | mathematical value or its symbol; identifying numeral (e.g. of a house); indefinite amount, quantity of; sum, tally; act in a performance, musical piece; unit in a series; mathematics; quantity (Grammar); unique thing or person (Informal) `isim` |

130 | number | You can refer to someone's or something's position in a list of the most successful or most popular of a particular type of thing as, for example, number one or number two. the world number one, Tiger Woods Before you knew it, the single was at Number 90 in the US singles charts |

131 | number | If a group of people or things numbers a particular total, that is how many there are. They told me that their village numbered 100 This time the dead were numbered in hundreds, not dozens |

132 | number | If you number something, you mark it with a number, usually starting at |

133 | number | If someone or something is numbered among a particular group, they are believed to belong in that group. The Leicester Swannington Railway is numbered among Britain's railway pioneers He numbered several Americans among his friends |

134 | number | You can refer to a short piece of music, a song, or a dance as a number. `Unforgettable', a number that was written and performed in 1951 Responsibility for the dance numbers was split between Robert Alton and the young George Balanchine |

135 | number | A number is the series of numbers that you dial when you are making a telephone call. Sarah sat down and dialled a number. a list of names and telephone numbers My number is 414-3925 `You must have a wrong number,' she said. `There's no one of that name here.' |

136 | number | A numeric valued data object The gawk implementation uses double precision floating point to represent numbers |

137 | number | a symbol used to represent a number; "he learned to write the numerals before he went to school" |

138 | number | an item of merchandise offered for sale; "she preferred the black nylon number"; "this sweater is an all-wool number" a clothing measurement; "a number 13 shoe" the property possessed by a sum or total or indefinite quantity of units or individuals; "he had a number of chores to do"; "the number of parameters is small"; "the figure was about a thousand" the grammatical category for the forms of nouns and pronouns and verbs that are used depending on the number of entities involved (singular or dual or plural); "in English the subject and the verb must agree in number" a numeral or string of numerals that is used for identification; "she refused to give them her Social Security number" a select company of people; "I hope to become one of their number before I die" a concept of quantity derived from zero and units; "every number has a unique position in the sequence" place a limit on the number of enumerate; "We must number the names of the great mathematicians" give numbers to; "You should number the pages of the thesis |

139 | number | The reader may decide to spend a pleasant half-hour studying the multitude of definitions in an unabridged dictionary Here, we are concerned only with numbers as they appear on notes and other syngraphic documents Since even this leaves us with a multitude of similar, hence sometimes confusing, things to discuss, we have put it all into the following table |

140 | number | give numbers to; "You should number the pages of the thesis |

141 | number | The singular number includes the plural, and the plural the singular |

142 | number | Text (30) A user-visible identifier of the Accession Typically an integer, but may include alphanumeric characters as prefix, suffix, and separators R I |

143 | number | tests whether its argument is a number |

144 | number | A numeric valued data object The awk implementation uses double precision floating point to represent numbers |

145 | number | a concept that answers how many -- " the number one is usually written as a simple vertical bar " (11) |

146 | number | The value must be a number, and is represented textually in the customization buffer |

147 | number | One or more arithmetical symbols representing a quantity calculated in units Example: 2, 97, XV |

148 | number | equals from to |

149 | number | number of colour in the sequence |

150 | number | the total population of a species or classification category in a delineated unit, a measure of its abundance |

151 | number | A real number is either a rational number or an irrational number In general, we may represent a real number on the number line |

152 | number | stores number data with many different decimal and floating point subtypes |

153 | number | the number of a noun or noun phrase generally corresponds to the number of real world entities referred to (e g singular NPs denote single individuals ( a table), plural NPs denote collections of individuals ( two tables) However the relationship between real number and grammatical number is not always straightforward - trousers is plural in form yet denotes a singular entity (as in the committee are considering that question this afternoon) and some nouns do not have distinct singular and plural forms ( sheep, salmon) |

154 | number | A non-negative integer with an entire range limited by the range of a C language signed integer (2,147,483,647 on a machine with 32 bit integers) Its acceptable value might further be limited by the context in which it is used |

155 | number | A numeric-valued data object Modern awk implementations use double-precision floating-point to represent numbers Very old awk implementations use single-precision floating-point |

156 | number | A numeric valued data object The gawk implementation uses double precision floating point to represent numbers Very old awk implementations use single precision floating point |

157 | number | a quality attached to a noun or pronoun that indicates a category of how many individuals are being referred to Both English and Welsh have two numbers: singular (one individual) and plural (more than one individual) |

158 | number | A nonnegative integer with an entire range limited by the range of a C language signed integer (2,147,483,647 on a machine with 32-bit integers) Its acceptable value might further be limited by the context in which it is used |

159 | number | In computer operations, (a) amount of units by count, (b) a magnitude or quantity represented by group of digits |

160 | number | The number of non-null values found in the data selected |

161 | number | char Number, see comment; V=Vyssotsky number; U=UGPMF number; W=white dwarf (EG or Gr number) Remarkschar Additional identifications and remarks Go back to main index webmaster@ucolick org A Service of the Computing Support Group UCO/Lick Observatory University of California Santa Cruz, CA 95064 Tel: +1 408 459 2630 Fax: +1 408 454 9863 |

162 | number | Quite simply, the number a road has Roads in the UK come in two basic types, classified and unclassified If it's classified, that means it has a number, and its number will be prefixed by a letter - A, B or M Road numbers provide a simple way to refer to a road and to describe a journey through the network Each road number is unique through the network - though a different letter prefix means a different road For example, there exist an A621, B621 and M621 and all are different roads in different parts of the country See A-roads; B-roads; C-roads; motorway; Ax(M); unclassified; zones; "misplaced" number |

163 | number | A numeric-valued data object Modern @command{awk} implementations use double-precision floating-point to represent numbers Very old @command{awk} implementations use single-precision floating-point |

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