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ten 10s

being ten more than ninety

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But there are more Christian martyrs today than there were in 100 AD.
There are even signs of Parthians, dating back to 100 AD, he added.
They are also significant because they include the Hebrew originals of non-canonical writings that had only survived in ancient translations, and because they prove that multiple versions of Old Testament writings circulated before canonization around 100 AD.
Working with Professor Terry Brown from the University of Manchester, their studies are part of wider research into the identification of strains of TB in skeletons from 100 AD to the late 19th Century.
Dr Stephen Hill, in charge of the dig, believes the site dates from between 100 BC to 100 AD.
The Iceni ruled over most of the area now known as Norfolk between 100BC to around 100 AD, when, despite their best efforts, they were defeated by the invading legions.
THE Romans established a settlement at Wilderspool around 100 AD.
Below lies the ruins of the civilian site where the Roman equivalent of a hotel was built around 80 AD and the first bath house followed in 100 AD.
Washington, September 12 (ANI): Archaeologists have discovered one of the world's oldest synagogues in Northern Israel, dating back to some 2000 years from 50BC to 100 AD.
Such polished ware was first used in 600 BC and its use continued until 100 AD," said archaeologist Mahabub-Ul-Alam, a member of the excavation team.
Each of the 100 ads provided an opportunity for the restaurants to promote their charity's upcoming fundraising events, highlight a specific cause or campaign, or build awareness for their charity of choice.
This project includes the installation and operation of 100 ADS Model 1502 temporary flow meters.
The show features all 100 ads mixed with behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with advertising industry movers and shakers.
Graham Norton (above) runs through the Top 100 Ads as voted for by the British public and chats to some of the stars featured in them including Gary Lineker, Melanie Sykes and Victor Kiam.