Definition of Hundred-and-seventy-fifth
1. Adjective. The ordinal number of one hundred seventy-five in counting order.
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Literary usage of Hundred-and-seventy-fifth
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1. Publications by Cambridge Historical Society (Mass.) (1906)
"... in Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, for the purpose of celebrating the Two Hundred and Seventy-fifth Anniversary of the Founding of Cambridge. ..."
2. Annotated Consolidated Laws of the State of New York: As Amended to January by Clarence Frank Birdseye, Robert Cushing Cumming, Frank Bixby Gilbert, New York (State). (1916)
"... to Franklin avenue, to East One Hundred and Sixty-eighth street, to Fulton avenue, to East One Hundred and Seventy-fifth street, to Anthony avenue, ..."
3. Statistical Report by New York (N.Y.). Police Dept (1906)
"Two Hundred and Seventy-fifth Precinct.... Two Hundred and Seventy-sixth Precinct.... I U" Hundred and Seventy-seventh Precinct. ..."
4. The Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica: A Record of the Positive Effects of by Timothy Field Allen (1879)
"... chiefly for farinaceous food (one hundred and seventy-fifth day); appetite for farinaceous food; distaste to meat (one hundred and seventy-seventh day) ..."
5. Selected Cases on the Law of Officers Including Extraordinary Legalremedies by Frank Johnson Goodnow (1906)
"... in accordance with the one hundred and seventy-fifth section, title ten, of the city charter, appoint Philip Rafferty, William G. Watson, ..."