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Synonyms for 100

ten 10s

being ten more than ninety

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Petra was at its zenith 100 BC to 100 AD when it was captured by the Roman Empire.
Maria Hadjicosti of the country's Antiquities Department said the coffins, adorned with floral patterns, date from the east Mediterranean island's Hellenistic to early Roman periods, between 300 BC and 100 AD.
Comparisons with shards found in other parts of the Galilee typical of that period suggest these shards date back to the late Hellenistic, early Roman period (100 BC to 100 AD).
All 110 residents from the two buildings have been rehomed and site construction company Bowmer and Kirkland have been issuing pounds 100 ad hoc payments to those affected.
The Moche were a pre-Columbian civilisation known for ceramics, architecture and irrigation systems that thrived from about 100 AD to 800 AD in northern Peru.
Named one of last century's top 100 ad people by Advertising Age--the former chairman of BBDO North America wrote acclaimed books on advertising, including "Then We Set His Hair on Fire: Insights and Accidents From a Hall-of-Fame Career in Advertising"--a memoir recounting, among other things, when Michael Jackson's hair was ignited during the filming of a Pepsi ad.
Pete Kovac has served as the CEO of one of the country's top 100 ad agencies, one of the top BtoB agencies, and one of the top agricultural agencies for going on 26+ years.
It never became a powerful city, however, and was abandoned by 100 AD. Later societies filled many of the early buildings with rubble and built houses over them, but the area never functioned as a Maya city again, according to Saturno.
And now the "Who's that?" campaign is going down in history: the trade publication Advertising Age recently recognized it as one of the top 100 ad programs of the century.
On pages 366-67, Fisher posits the possible date for the arrival of people to the Easter Island as approximately 100 AD. Recent excavations down to bedrock level at Anakena, led by Prof.
Anderson is referring to the historic appearances of Burrell Communications Group of Chicago and UniWorld Group of New York in the March 30 issue of the advertising trade publication, in which the top 100 ad agencies (nonconglomerates) in the country were ranked and the top 50 in each region graded.
"But there are more Christian martyrs today than there were in 100 AD."