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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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George was not the least fazed by the comment, as she went on to talk about the various influences that have shaped the cuisine of the Syrian Christian community, which traces back its origins to the arrival of the apostle, St Thomas, in AD 50.
According to Professor Fulford, "We now have evidence that the town was burnt down sometime after AD 50 and before AD 80.
Among the oldest documents, he cited a Dead Sea Scroll fragment from AD 50, the Codex Sinaiticus, the oldest surviving complete copy of the New Testament in Greek dating from the fourth century A.
Organised by the Save our Streets action group, protesters dressed as centurions brought the fight to the council leader about planned changes to the Caerphilly/Thornhill Roads, a route originally built by the Romans in AD 50.
Some seventy-three Roman buildings, complete with back yards were found spanning AD 50 to AD 410.
This is the frame in which he redates P64 to AD 50 and considers the Qumran fragment 7Q5 as part of the Gospel of Mark.
Thiede's attitude towards 75s is different and can be summarized in these words: `Papyrologists and classical philologists all over the world have stated that there is, in Qumran Cave 7, a Greek papyrus fragment belonging to the Gospel of Mark, to be dated to about AD 50.
AD 50 Priscilla and her husband Aquila help the disciple Paul spread the gospel.