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Sentence count:153+2Posted:2019-08-06Updated:2019-08-06
Meaning: adj. being two more than fifty. 
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31. The comparable figures for research connected with defence, space and civil aviation were £1343 million, £52 million and £69 million.
32. Percentage of eligible voters voting yes: 52.8%.
33. Kolodziejczyk said that, at 52, he was far from retiring age.
34. What rate do you pay? £52.50 or £43.50 depending on your employee's average weekly earnings.
35. The Topix index lost 1. 79, or 0. 11 percent, to 1, 585. 52.
36. The Labor Department said payrolls expanded by 151, 000 jobs in December, including 52, 000 manufacturing jobs.
37. Mr Dignum, 52, has been group financial director since 1988 and was appointed finance director of the stores in January.
38. He has been starting lately, but he came off the bench for 52 games so he qualifies easily for this honor.
39. Investors buy and sell Telebras stock as a proxy for the 52 shares that make up the Bovespa index.
40. Minimum length is one character and maximum length is 52 characters.
41. Those who reported they did heavy manual labor at work had a 52 percent reduction in risk.
42. Linen/cotton mix jacket £66, cotton jersey t-shirt £26 and bleached white jeans £52.
43. Crocker's engraving was published on l June 1802; five days later, aged 52, Charles the Cheesemonger died.
44. The lowest median income for home buyers was $ 52, 900 in Cleveland.
45. He leads Clinton 52 percent to 38 percent among Texas men but only 44 percent to 42 percent among Texas women.
46. Of 52 prosecutions for police brutality, 46 ended in acquittals.
47. Mr Clinton drew the line at around $ 52 billion.
48. When we gave it a tightfisted 52% in Issue 79, our main bone of contention was that it was ridiculously overpriced.
49. In 1995, about a third of the 52 million swimsuits sold for women age 14 and over were two-piece.
50. None of the 52 patients who had therapeutic interventions developed pancreatitis.
51. The Labour candidate polled 52% of the votes.
52. The Cardinals mustered only 52 yards in the fourth game, a 34-20 Cowboys triumph.
53. She'd been summoned there for refusing to pay a poll tax surcharge of £14.52.
54. Northallerton surprisingly crashed 52 at home to Easington, after being level at half time.
55. These accounts are drawn up for a period of 52 weeks.
56. Employee expenses declined to 50. 2 percent of revenue after interest expense from 52. 3 percent a year ago.
57. Not that those considerations need worry Baggio, who has bought 52 stand tickets so that his entire family can watch him today.
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58. He finished his career in 1952 with a record of 67 wins, including 52 knockouts, six draws and 10 losses.
59. The navy's 52 admirals and commodores outnumber serviceable ships by a ratio of six to one.
60. By industry, manufacturers added 52, 000 jobs, the most since February 1990, a government spokeswoman said.
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