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Synonyms for 1000

the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100

denoting a quantity consisting of 1,000 items or units

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Records of human habitation on Chernobyl's once fertile lands along the Pripyat River stretch back to 1000 CE. This human history stopped in May 1986.
We examined the toxicity of various insecticides for honey bees foraging on cotton in a greenhouse, including Turbine[R] 500 WG (150 g [ha.sup.-1]) (flonicamid), Actara[R] 250 WG (200 g [ha.sup.-1]) (thiamethoxam), Cartap[R] 500 SP (1500 g [ha.sup.-1] (cartap), Talstar[R] 1000 CE (1000 mL [ha.sup.-1]) (bifenthrin) and Match[R] 50 CE (1000 mL [ha.sup.-1]) (lufenuron).
Jennings started the project thinking that the Wari culture of 600 to 1000 CE was an empire, and he expected to uncover evidence that the Wari were conquerers.
Todos os inseticidas testados: Dipterex 500, Kumulus DF, Malathion 1000 CE, Sumithion 500 CE e Tiomet 400 CE, reduziram significativamente (p<0,05, Bonferroni-Dunn t) o numero de ovos parasitados em relacao a testemunha do bioensaio, com valores de 0,30; 1,48; 0,00; 10,81 e 0,00 ovos parasitados por femea de T.
Well into the early Middle Ages (500 to 1000 CE), church authorities and state officials issued an unending stream of decrees denouncing the close social and religious intercourse that existed between Christians and Jews.
Patricia Crone focuses on the central events on the prophet's life, the subsequent Muslim conquests and the political institutions of the "caliphal" (Umayyad and Abbasid) dynasties to 1000 CE, in an exposition that wisely avoids much discussion of the raging scholarly debates about certain aspects of this period.
Professor Folz traces a development among royal saints who lived before 1000 CE from a monastic and ascetic ideal, which was potentially incompatible with royal status and therefore required its renunciation (as in the cases of Radegund and Etheldreda, both of whom became nuns), to a more secular phase, seen in the lives of Bathildis, Richardis, Mathilda and Adelaide, in which a genuinely Christian life was not only compatible with royalty, but even its inspiration.
The only such discovery tale given credence is the story of Leif Ericsson, an Icelander who sailed southwest and discovered "Vinland" about 1000 CE, according to sagas written down in Iceland at that time.
This dictionary covers the medieval period of India, defined as the period from the renewed Islamic advance into north India from roughly 1000 CE to the establishment of the Mughal empire in 1526.
Frye's professional areas of interest have been Persian philology--the study of literary texts and languages--and the history of Iran and Central Asia before 1000 CE.