175

ADJECTIVE
  1. being five more than one hundred seventy
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How To Use 175 In A Sentence

  • Celebrity steeplejack Fred Dibnah was supposed to end his days of felling factory chimneys with the demolition of the 175-ft Park Mill chimney in Royton yesterday.
  • More than 175,000 people petitioned for his release. Christianity Today
  • It is known that over 5,000 Sarmatians from this area came to Britain after the Marcomannic wars in AD 175; but it is unlikely that the people at Brougham were Sarmatians, as the latter inhumed their dead.
  • Upon the death of his father Frederick in 1751, George succeeded as prince of Wales and heir to the throne.
  • After attending two preparatory schools, he was admitted as a scholar to Winchester College in 1752.
  • The fee for the standard structural survey is £175.
  • As to the conversation carried on between the clergyman and the earthbound spirit, the same authoress has described a similar one when recording the adventures of Lord and Lady Wynford in Glamis Castle (Ghosts I Have Seen, p. 175). The Land of Mist
  • Citing a "smarmy" letter that Washington wrote in 1757, bemoaning his lot to the commander in chief, Lord Loudoun, Mr. Clary highlights some especially outspoken, self-pitying and "whining" comments. War in the Wilderness
  • Commissioned a lieutenant colonel in 1754, he fought the first skirmishes of what grew into the French and Indian War.
  • “Rich classes inferable from positive data: length-bounded elementary formal systems”, Information and Computation, 108: 175-186. Innateness and Language
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