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the cardinal number that is the product of ten and seven

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being ten more than sixty

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Seventy-year-old Indian Jabbar Poonawaala was dressed in a sporty pink t-shirt as he waited for the fitness challenge to kick off at Safa Park.
Seventy-year-old Abdo Yamani also shared his memories about Ramadan more than 50 years ago, saying "We used to welcome Ramadan with traditional songs, and the night of the start of Ramadan would be like Eid itself, as families would visit their neighbors from the afternoon until after dinner."
Seventy-year-old Al-Qazzaz was arrested from his home in October 2013 and questioned by the prosecution "on accusations of joining and funding the Muslim Brotherhood", said his daughter Mona Al-Qazzaz on Wednesday, who added: "there is no evidence against him".
Seventy-year-old Musharraf said in court, "I honor this court and prosecution, I strongly believe in law, I don't have ego problems, and I have appeared in court 16 times this year in Karachi, Islamabad and Rawalpindi." He added "I am being called a traitor, I have been chief of army staff for nine years and I have served this army for 45 years.
ABOVE: seventy-year-old Stanzin roasts barley, which is used as emergency fodder during severe winters when thick snow can prevent the goats from grazing; BELOW: a five year old girl takes a break from learning how to milk goats, one of the primary tasks of Changpa women.
"Rabbi Elazar ben Azariah said: 'I am like a seventy-year-old man, yet I was not successful in proving that the Exodus from Egypt should be mentioned at night, until Ben Zoma expounded it.' " Even if you have never opened a page of the Talmud, chances are you will recognize this passage of Mishna, which is recited every year as part of the Passover Haggadah.
Seventy-year-old Ernest Drurey, of Birkby (pictured) was among the original players on the first broadcast on February 14, 1937 at the BBC radio studio on Woodhouse Lane in Leeds.
Summary: Seventy-year-old Phyllis Coelho plunged her blue gloved hands into a plastic sink of gray soapy water and spent an afternoon last week cheerfully washing dishes "to support the revolution."
Seventy-year-old Will Pritchard was walking with his four-year-old grandson Kieran when he suddenly sank to his waist in sand at the top of Lligwy Beach, near Moelfre.
Araki's most recent show, "Koki No Shashin: Photographs of a Seventy-Year-Old," also evoked death, but taken together, the ten new series on view (all 2010) offered a more oblique and conflicted reflection.
Seventy-year-old Billy Jackson, who owns many rental properties in Louisville, Kentucky's rough west end, and his wife were cleaning and repairing an apartment that a tenant had vacated after about eight years of occupancy.
SEVENTY-YEAR-OLD Paul Brant from Indiana has spent the last 13 years hoarding coins in coffee jars, piggy banks and old soup cans to save up EUR25,000 for a new Dodge Ram pick-up.
Seventy-year-old Emily, who has never married, is able to harness and nurture her creative powers composing music.
The insanity of the sub-prime lending spree must have reached its peak when a California mortgage broker persuaded a seventy-year-old woman to take a mortgage requiring payment of $2,200 a month, when her income was less than half of that.
Seventy-year-old Wayne Albert Davenport was driving west on Highway 20 on Saturday when his 1993 Dodge Dakota crossed into the oncoming lane and crashed into a guard rail, according to a state police press release.