Ninety-seven sentence example
- For example, before you ran into her in the mortal world, there was a ninety seven percent chance you would've killed her the first time you met.
- The ninety-seven justices of the supreme court are elected for fourteen years from the nine districts into which the state is divided.
- The Perches ridge was crowned with a parallel and numerous batteries, which in the end mounted ninety-seven guns.
- On the British side, the naval force in American waters under Sir John Borlase Warren, who took up the general command on the 26th of September 1812, consisted of ninety-seven vessels in all, of which eleven were of the line and thirty-four were frigates, a power much greater than the national navy of America, but inadequate to the blockade of the long coast from New Brunswick to Florida.
- The full remission in a five years' sentence is one year and ninety-one days; in seven years, one year two hundred and seventy-three days; in fourteen, three years one hundred and ninety-seven days; in twenty, four years one hundred and 'ninety days.Advertisement
- Early in life he went to Megara in Sicily, and after its destruction by Gelo (484) removed to Syracuse, where he spent the rest of his life at the court of Hiero, and died at the age of ninety or (according to a statement in Lucian, Macrobii, 25) ninety-seven.
- 3 Hamilton's widow, who survived him for half a century, dying at the age of ninety-seven, was left with four sons and four daughters.
- Are you one of the ninety-seven who fail, or the three who succeed?
- It is much larger, being said to contain one hundred and ninety-seven acres, and is more fertile in fish; but it is comparatively shallow, and not remarkably pure.
- If the water temperature increases by as little as three to four degrees, scientists estimate that as much as ninety-seven percent of the world's coral reefs will be wiped out.Advertisement
- To add insult to injury, just one year earlier, in December of 2007, her grandfather pledged ninety-seven percent of his fortune to a charitable organization, severely cutting away at Paris' inheritance.