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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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The Scandinavian element of Scots has its origin in primary and original contact with Scandinavians before and around 1000 A.D. and in secondary influences of the Scandinavianized Middle English of immigrants who came to Scotland from medieval northern and central England.
Despite the obvious presence of human activity in the area from antiquity, the region in which Trellech is located did not begin to increase in importance until after 1000 A.D. The area received a substantial boost following the arrival of the Norman conquerors in England in 1066.
When the monks of the Chiaravalle Abbey decided to settle in the Po River Valley around 1000 A.D., the area was a swampy marshland alternating with woods--not an ideal place for cows to graze.
to $436 in 1000 A.D. By 1820 it had increased to $667, and by 2001 it was more than $6,049.
to 1000 A.D., known generally for pottery production and graves with elaborate goods inside.
Cracow, so lovely a medieval city that even the Nazis stopped short at demolishing it except for the Jewish Quarter, was the seat of a bishopric in 1000 A.D. and for more than 500 years was the capital until the time of Poland's partitions; it has remained a centre of patriotic fervour.
1000 A.D.), there is no logical reason to stop criticism at this point.
metric tons/day from the present 1000 a.d. metric tons/day level.
In 1000 A.D., the Netherlands, located in Northern Europe, had 8,380 square miles of land.
Around 1000 A.D., global reach of science, technology, and mathematics was changing the nature of the old world, but the dissemination then was, to a great extent, in the opposite direction of what we see today.
From around 1000 A.D., the ancestors of the Apalachee, the Fort Walton of the eastern panhandle were excellent agriculturalists, raising corn, beans, pumpkins, sunflowers, squash, and other items.
The Breasted Prize is awarded annually by the American Historical Association for the best book in English in any field of history prior to 1000 A.D. Kuhrt was recognized for the considerable breadth and depth of her two-volume study of the ancient Near east and for her ability to make clear even the most difficult and confusing periods.
Well, to allay their fears, these believers should read The Last Apocalypse: Europe at the Year 1000 A.D. to find out just how good things really are today.
What little we know of the time when the clock struck 1000 A.D. clearly suggests that religious zealots had managed to panic European societies to such an extent that the Vatican in Rome was forced to issue an appeal for calm.
It includes nine Indian mounds dating to about 1000 A.D. as well as undeveloped floodplains along the Ocmulgee River.