nine

  1. the cardinal number that is the sum of eight and one
  2. a team of professional baseball players who play and travel together

Nine

Nine is Australian slang for a 9-gallon beer keg.
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nine

[adj] - denoting a quantity consisting of one more than eight and one less than ten 2. [n] - the cardinal number that is the sum of eight and one
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NINE

National Institute of Nutritional Education
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Nine

Nine adjective [ Middle English nine , nihen , Anglo-Saxon nigon , nigan ; akin to D. & LG. negen , Old Saxon & OFries. nigun , Old High German niun , German neun , Icelandic nīu , sw. nio , Danish ni , Goth. ...
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Nine

Nine noun 1. The number greater than eight by a unit; nine units or objects. 2. A symbol representing nine units, as 9 or ix. The Nine , the nine Muses.
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nine

Eight and one more; one less than ten; as, nine miles. Nine men's morris. See Morris. ... <geometry> Nine points circle, a circle so related to any given triangle as to pass through the three points in which the perpendiculars from the angles of the triangle upon the opposite sides (or the sides produced) meet the sides. It also passes throug...
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nine

9 adjective denoting a quantity consisting of one more than eight and one less than ten
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Nine

• (a.) Eight and one more; one less than ten; as, nine miles. • (n.) The number greater than eight by a unit; nine units or objects. • (n.) A symbol representing nine units, as 9 or ix. • (n.) The number greater than eight by a unit; nine units or objects. • (a.) Eight and one more; one less than ten; as, nine miles. •...
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nine

A number long considered to have strange, mystic properties. A phrase in a book written during the Dark Ages gave rise to the superstition that cats have nine lives. English author and satirist William Baldwin wrote in his Beware the Cat, 'It is permitted for a witch to take her cat's body nine time...
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nine

A nine hole course or the sequence of 9 holes of an 18 hole course.
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Nine

Nine is a Dutch name for girls. The meaning is `clean, pure` The name is very rarely given inthe United States. The name Nine is most commonly given to Dutch girls. What do they use in other countries? Niene (Dutch)
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Nine

[manga] The story is about two friends who were star athletes in junior high school who decide, on entering high school, to join the struggling baseball club so they can have a challenge. The title comes from the nine members of a baseball team. ==Plot summary== Just before entering Seishū High School, track star Katsuya Niimi and judo cha...
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Nine

[purity] Nines are an informal, yet common method of grading the purity of very fine precious metals such as platinum, gold and silver. Based on the system of millesimal fineness, a metal is said to be one nine or one nine fine if it is 900 fine, or 90% pure. A metal that is 990 fine is then described as two nines fine and one that is 999 f...
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