ninety-one ninety-one

Definition(s):

  • (adj) being one more than ninety

Synonym(s)

xci

Usage(s):

  1. One hundred and ninety-one elevators, some of them moving at the rate of 1,400 feet a minute, sped this population up down.
  2. Six hundred and ninety-one are printed in this volume, and three more volumes are on the way.
  3. In Italy, six hundred and forty, In Germany, two hundred thirty-one, A hundred in France, in Turkey ninety-one: But, but in SpainOne thousand and three!.

News

  1. "Go for Broke" WWII veterans awarded Bronze Star

    HONOLULU (AP) Two "Go for Broke" veterans in their 90s are being belatedly recognized for their service in World War II. Ninety-one year-old Seichi Sakaida and 92-year-old Clarence Tamayori both served in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, a segregated unit of mostly Japanese-Americans.
    on July 12, 2013     Source: KPUA AM 670 Hilo

  2. Why Derek Jeter returned to the Yankees ahead of schedule (tip your waitress)

    Ninety-one games into the season, Derek Jeter has arrived ahead of schedule.
    on July 11, 2013     Source: Sports Illustrated

Quotes

  1. Boomer Business Summit said, "Ninety-one percent of the net assets are in the hands of baby boomers, the youngest is now turning 40 years of age. This spending power combined with the changing needs and interests of the growing boomer market give...
    on Feb 25, 2006 By: Baby boomer Source: PR Web (press release)

  2. "Virginia gets back the lowest rate of return, ninety-one cents of every dollar we pay in gas taxes," Webb said in a statement. "We need to do better, especially given the extensive congestion created by the federal government facilities in...
    on Oct 29, 2006 By: James Henry Webb Source: Washington Post

  3. "Ninety-one years ago the Armenian people experienced terrible suffering and loss of life," Harper said last month. "We must never forget the lessons of history. Nor should we allow the enmities of history to divide us."
    on May 11, 2006 By: Stephen Harper Source: CTV.ca

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