155

ADJECTIVE
  1. being five more than one hundred fifty
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  • A sumptuous garniture, we learn, was commissioned by Charles V to make his son Philip look more plausible as a candidate for emperor in 1550. Armor as Wearable Sculpture
  • I. ii.155 (14,6) [deck'd the sea] _To deck the sea_, if explained, to honour, adorn, or dignify, is indeed ridiculous, but the original import of the verb _deck_ is, _to cover_; so in some parts they yet say _deck the table_. Notes to Shakespeare — Volume 01: Comedies
  • During the period from 1860 to 1985, sulphuric anhydrite emissions, one of the leading causes of acid rain, increased from seven million tons to approximately 155 million tons annually. Fidel Castro Issues `Message' to UNCED
  • The highest GOX expression levels (1552 units of secreted protein per gram dry cell weight) were achieved with the strain K. marxianus CBS 6556, using an episomal system in which the INU1 promoter and terminator were used to drive heterologous gene expression, together with the INU1 prepro sequence, which was employed to drive secretion of the enzyme. BioMed Central - Latest articles
  • • Trading margin of 13. 5%; up 155 bps on a constant currency basis and 160 bps on an actual currency basis* Food IngredientsFIrst News
  • You will be charged a nominal 155 fee for administration costs in delivering this letter. Times, Sunday Times
  • The next year he produced only a few medical trifles, but in 1557 he brought out two other scientific works which he characterizes as admirable -- one the _Ars parva curandi_, and the other a treatise _De Jerome Cardan A Biographical Study
  • First, his visit ends the international isolation imposed on Syria since the passing of UN Resolution 1559 in 2004.
  • At a function in Johannesburg, Mosunkutu announced the issuing of the first 1551 permits for the 18 to 35-seater so-called maxi-taxis. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Occupying a 43 square kilometre patch of lowland, it's home to 155 orphaned and displaced simians who share 99.6 per cent of our genetic make up.
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