Definition of One hundred fifty
1. Adjective. Being ten more than one hundred forty.
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Literary usage of One hundred fifty
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1. Journal by California Legislature. Assembly, California, Legislature (1912)
"... one hundred fifty-five, one hundred fifty-six, that part of Los Angeles City precincts numbers one hundred thirty-six and one hundred fifty-seven lying ..."
2. United States Statutes at Large: Containing the Laws and Concurrent by United States (1850)
"On the parish of East Baton Rouge, one thousand one hundred fifty- four dollars. On the parish of St. Tammany, two hundred thirty-six dollars forty cents. ..."
3. The Public and General Statutes Passed by the Congress of the United States by Joseph Story, United States, George Sharswood (1839)
"... two thousand six hundred eighty-seven dollars and In fifty cents ; on the county of Charles City, two thousand one hundred fifty-four dollars and fifty ..."
4. Annual Report by New Hampshire Railroad Commissioners (1907)
"retire the same it is essential that a new issue of bonds be made by said company to the amount of one hundred fifty thousand dollars; that both the ..."
5. Robinson's Progressive Practical Arithmetic: Containing the Theory of by Horatio Nelson Robinson, Daniel W. Fish (1875)
"To express one hundred fifty we write 1 hundred, 5 tens, and 0 units; thus, 150. To express seven hundred ninety-two, we write 7 hundreds, 9 tens, ..."
6. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"Up and down the Kennebec River were one hundred fifty families, who were mostly located at the flourish- sisting of Spencer Phips, John Quincy, and Benjamin ..."
7. The Educational Significance of the Early Federal Land Ordinances by Howard Cromwell Taylor (1922)
"... one hundred fifty thousand acres for a university preparatory school; two hundred fifty thousand acres for an agricultural and mechanical college; ..."