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  • This means a good five hundred years of no word for it, you see, yes?

    NEWYORKER: Wiggle Room

  • "Five hundred years from now, it won't be Hitler we remember, " says theologian Martin Marty.

    CNN: The necessary evil?

  • Five hundred years ago, a caravel flying the colours of the King of Portugal rounded the curve of the continent.

    NPR: 'Ancestor Stones:' Life and War in Sierra Leone

  • For at least five hundred years that has been Florida's defining theme—whoever the protagonists are, whatever their dream, whatever flag they wave.

    WSJ: Book Review: Finding Florida

  • In effect, she proceeds as if the past five hundred years were a relatively trivial interval in the annals of human motivation.

    NEWYORKER: Invitation to a Beheading

  • The Prince has been in print for over five hundred years.

    FORBES: After Beer, 4 Tie-In Products 'Game of Thrones' Needs

  • In 2010 the dialogues will be held in Malacca, a site of contact between the Arab and Asian worlds for five hundred years.

    UNESCO: Location

  • Through their almost five hundred years of history, the Jesuits have at times had difficult relations with the papacy, which saw them as rivals.

    WSJ: Jesuits Had Past Struggles With Popes

  • No one had tried to determine what the full spectrum of life in the ocean looked like a hundred years or five hundred years in the past.

    NEWYORKER: Neptune’s Navy

  • Five hundred years later, and not a lot's changed.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • In the millennium year of 2000 Jacques Barzun published his chronicle of ideas in the making of the West over the past five hundred years titled From Dawn To Decadence: 500 Years of Western Cultural Life.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

  • By identifying with a legacy which goes beyond the five hundred years of colonial life, the Caribbean peoples can begin to bind together as a region and claim a rich inheritance from the earliest cultural expressions which emerge in this volume.

    UNESCO: Dialogue

  • Chairman Mao banned gambling in China long ago, but it endures in Macau because of a wrinkle of history: the city was a Portuguese colony for nearly five hundred years, and when it returned to Chinese control, in 1999, it was entitled to retain some of the flamboyantly libertine traditions that led W. H.

    NEWYORKER: The God of Gamblers

  • And speaking of that change in power in Congress, President Bush's budget calls for cuts in Medicare and Medicaid, about hundred billion dollars over five years.

    NPR: Budget Breakdown: Defense, Health and Energy

  • With a lot of patient craft, the co-directors of this frisky yet semi-tragic 1995 documentary, Jeanne Jordan and Steven Ascher, record the final months that Russel and Mary Jane Jordan spent on the Iowa farm that by 1990 had been in the family for almost a hundred and twenty-five years.

    NEWYORKER: Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern

  • Lanzmann borrowed money (including from Beauvoir) to keep shooting, and then spent five years obsessively editing his three hundred and fifty hours of footage.

    NEWYORKER: Witness

  • What's more, the budget control act requires an additional almost five hundred billion dollars in reductions over the next ten years.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

  • One patient had three hundred and twenty-four admissions in five years.

    NEWYORKER: The Hot Spotters

  • In twenty-five years a third of them would be dead, in fifty years two-thirds, in a hundred all of them.

    NEWYORKER: Total Recall

  • In the past five years, Shaw has added more than a hundred pounds to the svelte three hundred that he weighed at his first contest.

    NEWYORKER: The Strongest Man in the World

  • Then he flew to Istanbul, where the Maltese Falcon, after five years of construction, by more than three hundred laborers and craftsmen, was to be launched.

    NEWYORKER: The Kona Files

  • In the past forty-two years, he said, Africans have received five hundred and sixty-eight billion dollars in aid, yet there has been no appreciable improvement in their living standards.

    NEWYORKER: The Next Crusade

  • Two-thirds of the price was subsidized by the city, which estimates that it has replaced almost a hundred thousand coal stoves since the project began, five years ago, cutting down on sulfur and dust emissions.

    NEWYORKER: Green Giant

  • The world has witnessed more than a hundred attempts to end authoritarianism in the past twenty-five years, but the top-down, bloodless variety is rare.

    NEWYORKER: The Burmese Spring

  • In five years, City Opera has gone from presenting more than a hundred performances a season to presenting sixteen.

    NEWYORKER: Diminuendo

  • In the past several years, Lang has averaged a hundred and twenty-five concerts a year, and he usually gets fifty thousand dollars for a recital.

    NEWYORKER: The Olympian

  • As an assistant manager, my father could soon be making seventy-five dollars a week and over the coming years as much as a hundred a week, a fortune in 1939 to people with our expectations.

    NPR: Roth Rewrites History with a 'Plot Against America'

  • The prison administration gave Dellelo five years in the Departmental Disciplinary Unit of the Walpole prison, its hundred-and-twenty-four-cell super-maximum segregation unit.

    NEWYORKER: Hellhole

  • Within three years, Facebook grew from a hundred and thirty employees to twenty-five hundred, and from seventy million worldwide users to nearly seven hundred million.

    NEWYORKER: A Woman’s Place

  • After fourteen years of planning and construction, at a cost of a hundred and thirty-five million dollars, the gallery occupies one connected space in three buildings.

    NEWYORKER: Boola Boola

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