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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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For decades, historians thought a Roman quay at Chester was proof of the region's oldest port, dating back to around 50 AD.
3 million social actions explicitly related to Super Bowl 50 ads and teasers on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
After 50 ads have been touched all ads are removed permanently.
According to the head of the "Control of Advertisement" department, Ivo Penev, some 50 ads from Bulgaria's socialist times continue to be displayed on public facades in the capital.
All 50 ADS items based on participants' responses (n = 356) were exposed to a principal components analysis (PCA) with oblique rotation.
In examining the loading values, we determined that all 50 ADS items reflected by each loading value corresponded with a specific value shift process.
All 50 ADS items loaded on at least one latent variable and the loading coefficients ranged from .
The Transformation component contained 15 of the 50 ADS items.
The Enlargement component contained 14 of the 50 ADS items.
Starting in 1967, he starred in more than 50 ads in seven different languages and 15 countries.
A total of 50 ads have been placed at bus shelters in Dublin, Drogheda, Cork and Waterford and will run until May 2nd.
By mid-2003, SICA was averaging 65 commercials a month--with peak production as high as 120--an increase from its monthly average of 50 ads before the crisis.
To deliver five great ads in a year and beat out your category competitors is quite an achievement, but to develop 20 or upwards of 50 ads in a year and remain the most effective brand of a category is a truly stellar accomplishment.
WHAT BEGAN AS a humorous advertising campaign by the San Francisco Bay Guardian evolved into a claim for damages against the city and county of San Francisco as the paper charged that a contractor illegally removed nearly 50 ads from municipal buses.