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the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five

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being ten more than forty

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George was not the least fazed by the comment, as she went on to talk about the various influences that have shaped the cuisine of the Syrian Christian community, which traces back its origins to the arrival of the apostle, St Thomas, in AD 50.
However, whereas Frere has argued for a pre-Flavian street-grid relating to a foundation of a planned town about AD 50, Niblett proposes a much more modest early development evolving around the late Iron Age `Central Enclosure' (her figure 34), with significant planned expansion only from the later 60s.
Organised by the Save our Streets action group, protesters dressed as centurions brought the fight to the council leader about planned changes to the Caerphilly/Thornhill Roads, a route originally built by the Romans in AD 50.
DENN/MADD expression and enhanced pro-apoptotic signaling in AD 50
Some buildings contained stone fragments, apparently reused in their construction, which might point to masonry structures established in Southwark even earlier than AD 50.
AD 50 Priscilla and her husband Aquila help the disciple Paul spread the gospel.