150

ADJECTIVE
  1. being ten more than one hundred forty
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How To Use 150 In A Sentence

  • Her own valuers had estimated that the property was worth £150,000 on the basis of agricultural use of the surrounding land, and virtually nothing on the basis of mining and/or landfill operations.
  • The jobs are ideal for stay-at-home parents as you can earn from 150 per week working just three hours a day. The Sun
  • The sonnet's chief English importers were Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503 - 42) and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1515 - 47), who had generally translated their Italian originals not only into English but into a different shape of sonnet.
  • Greg Wood is one of only 150 men and women in this country to devote themselves to the welfare of our horses' gnashers.
  • The 150-acre site is being sold at public auction in five lots on June 25.
  • C.N), the largest U.S. bank and a major casualty of the crisis, could fall below $10 a share, less than a third of its 150-day moving average price of $32.82, as the credit crisis unravels further.
  • The Argentine ace scored his 150th goal for the club but wasted a series of chances to put the game to bed. The Sun
  • Even though he has in effect been sacked, he will trouser a £150,000 bonus.
  • Taken from their families and forced to live in "white" orphanages, three mixed-race aborigine children escape, traveling 1500 miles back home, using the title fence as their guide. Cinematical
  • The new aircraft will also allow pilots to increase their flying hours from 150 to 200 because of the aircraft's higher operating ceiling.
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