seventy-nine


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being nine more than seventy

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Seventy-nine teenagers have been rescued as part of a three-day sweep of sex-trafficking rings in the US.
15 billion rupees were allocated for seventy-nine projects of health, however, after six months Ministry of Finance issued 5.
SEVENTY-NINE riders contested the second of the 10-race TLI Winter Cyclo-Cross Series at Hetton Lyons Country Park.
SEVENTY-NINE cars had their tyres punctured in streets in Fairwater, Cardiff, last night.
Seventy-nine per cent worry about losing their mental agility, while 63% most fear the loss of mobility.
Seventy-nine per cent of first-time buyers admitted turning to family for help.
Seventy-nine patients and staff at Glan Clwyd Hospital in Bodelwyddan, North Wales, and 69 at Gwynedd Hospital, Bangor, 30 miles away, were offered Tamiflu drugs as a precaution.
Seventy-nine facilities participate in the nitrogen trading program, which allows the state to meet its yearly targets without upgrading every plant simultaneously, and fewer construction projects translates into lower costs.
Seventy-nine Brazilian projects have gotten under way or are under development in the past two years; it now takes two years for new hardware to reach some mills inside the country.
Seventy-nine year-old JOE PATERNO, at his coronation as AFCA Coach of the Year: "Don't get on me about my age.
Seventy-nine callers (75%) did not know about ORV activities, and 75 (71%) did not know what the bait was before speaking with us.
Seventy-nine men and 79 women each received two small purses during the Easter ceremony.
In 2002, at the age of seventy-nine, he wrote his first poems.