Of telephone numbers dialed in North America, having an additional charge assessed to the caller, part of which is returned to the owner of the number.
Origin: 1, used to dial long-distance numbers + 900, the North American premium charge area code
The numerical value of 1-900 in Chaldean Numerology is: 0
The numerical value of 1-900 in Pythagorean Numerology is: 0
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
That is old rhetoric, you could phone a 1-900-Pyschic line and get the same result.
The capital expenditure for next year, we think, will be less than C$1 billion and probably more in the region of C$800-C$900 million.
We've only removed 5,500 cubic meters of ice from a 900-square-kilometer glacier, it's a bit like taking a drop of water from a bathtub.
If half of this took place in the OECD, stocks there would approach 2,900 million barrel and possibly bump against storage capacity limits.
Spending 60,000 rubles ($900) per student a year in higher education is absurd. It is necessary, as it has been for 20 years, to double it.
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