long hundred, great hundred, 120(adj)
the cardinal number that is the product of ten and twelve
one hundred twenty, 120, cxx(adj)
being ten more than one hundred ten
The numerical value of 120 in Chaldean Numerology is: 0
The numerical value of 120 in Pythagorean Numerology is: 0
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
From the start of next week I think that there'll be a concerted focus on 120 yen.
The first batch of 120 fighters from those willing to go back home will be flying out today.
The surplus production has hit the farmers hard as it has brought down the price to 4,000 rupees ($39.50) per 120 kilograms against 6,000 rupees ($59.30) per 120 kilograms the last year.
Creation and redemption are the spheres in which these glories are displayed. In creation we see the eternal power and deity that belong to God alone (Rom. 120) while a deeper and richer glory is unfolded in the wondrous cross of the Lord Jesus Christ. There God is fully revealed, not only in terms of His dominion and deity, but in His holiness, love, and grace. At the Cross I learn what creation could never tell me--who God is and what He is to me, a guilty sinner. God is love therefore, He is both light and life. A Savior-God What marvelous grace and glory.
We often hear that nothing is certain in this world, except Death and Taxes. This line was written more than 120 years ago by Benjamin Franklin, in his letter (dated November 13, 1789) to fellow scientist friend Jean-Baptiste Leroy. Benjamin Franklin wrote in French: “….dans ce monde, il n’y a rien d’assure que la mort et les impôts.” This can be translated as “….in this world, nothing is certain except death and taxes.” It's really amazing that the statement by Benjamin Franklin is still valid, well-accepted and so well-utilized even today, more than 120 years later.
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