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281 example sentences with  35,000

281 example sentences with 35,000

The prisoners captured by the Allies in their drive up to that time numbered more than 35,000 and more than 700 heavy guns also fell into their possession, with immense quantities of ammunition and stores.

" More than 35,000 Austrians and Russian wounded were abandoned on the field of battle between Tarnow, Lemberg and Tarnopol owing to lack of means of transportation, according to reliable reports.

Sixteen thousand dead means at least 70, casualties all told, or 35,000 on a side if losses were equally distributed.

These cotters correspond to our truck farmers, and their plots of ground number about 35,000 on the outskirts of the cities and villages.

Diebitch is said to have 35,000 men, and a reserve of 40,000.

They had not above 35,000 men.

He says they have sacrificed all who assisted us, and that the difficulty in retroceding the Tenasserim provinces would be to know what to do with the 35,000 people who have sought our protection.

The French have assembled 35,000 men to attack Algiers.

The whole property was worth £70,000; Garrick sold his half for £35,000, of which old Mr. Linley contributed £10,000, Dr. Ford £15,000, and penniless Sheridan the balance.

On the 7th September they had reached 39,000, daily arrests adding to the number; out of these, 35,000 only had their charges made out, of which 13,900 had been examined, 2,800 writs of release having been issued, though only a few hundreds have been set at liberty.

There he purchased for them 35,000 acres of land upon which they engaged in the production of crops indigenous to that soil.

It was a migration of individuals, but it was reported that as many as 35,000 Negroes were then persuaded to leave South Carolina and Georgia for Arkansas and Texas.[50] The usual charge that the Negro is naturally migratory is not true.

The Persian army numbers, on a peace footing, about 35,000 men, the reserve bringing it up to perhaps twice that number.

The number of operatives in cotton mills has increased during the last ten years from 118,000 to 174,000, in jute mills from 65,000 to 114,000, in coal and other mines from 35,000 to 95,000, and in miscellaneous industries from 184,000 to 500,000.

"But $22,000 are an insufficient security for the $30,000, or $35,000, which you may need to carry out your adventure.

For with her little revenue, rarely exceeding $100,000, it soon became impossible to pay the $35,000 yearly interest on a debt for which she had practically received not a single advantage.

The operation of this arrangement is as follows: The gate valve being closed, the water cannot be drawn below the 9-foot level in tank, which leaves about 35,000 gallons in store for fire protection, and is at once available by opening the gate valve referred to.

In this one season the two made $35,000.

According to the latest news from Sofia, 35,000 Bulgarian geese are to be allowed to go to Germany.

ACHESON, SAM. 35,000 days in Texas; a history of the Dallas news and its forebears.

ACHESON, SAM. 35,000 days in Texas; a history of the Dallas news and its forebears.

The most careful analysis of the Loyalist immigration into the Maritime Provinces has placed the total number of immigrants at about 35,000.

The former has a population of over 35,000, and the latter of over 110,000.

In the spring of 1919, 35,000 farm hands went on strike.

We have on cards the names of nearly 35,000 members of suffrage leagues who are not subscribers for the Woman's Journal.

The king had a gallant army, flushed with success, and things hitherto had gone on very prosperously, both with his own army and elsewhere; he had above 35,000 men in his own army, including his garrison left at Banbury, Shrewsbury, Worcester, Oxford, Wallingford, Abingdon, Reading, and places adjacent.

For instance: Energy delivered, impact test 35,000 inch-pounds Energy computed from static test .26,400 " " Efficiency of blow of hammer .75.3 per cent.

Others, however, turned out to be successes, and by last accounts the village settlers and their families now number nearly five thousand human beings, occupying 35,000 acres in allotments of an average size of twenty-four acres.

It includes 35,000 individual prints, 1,500 daguerreotypes and other cased objects, 30,000 stereographs and cartes-de-visite, and 475 albums containing almost 40,000 mounted prints.

It seats 35,000 when it is used for baseball.

Its two square miles house 35,000 people, so it is one of the most densely populated neighborhoods.

The distance of her voyage is about 19,000 nautical miles (35,000 kilometres) and took almost seven months to complete, as she finished her journey on May 15, 2010.

During the war, about 35,000 men from Kentucky joined the Confederacy.

About 45,000 of the company's 90,000 employees have also taken voluntary unpaid leaves, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and as many as 35,000 of those are still on leave.

Adesina wrote that desert locusts can "consume crops in one day that can feed approximately 35,000 people," and in East Africa, where approximately 20 million people are already food insecure, the effects could be devastating.

But its Malta-based online gambling operations launched a year ago have signed up more than 35,000 new customers and began trading profitably in April.

But that still leaves some 200,000 who are mostly footloose professionals, including 35,000 British, 15,000 Americans, 15,000 Australians, and 11,000 Japanese.

By comparison, roughly 200,000 people are hospitalized with the flu each year in the United States, and about 35,000 people die.

During New Zealand's lockdown, 35,000 Kiwis have applied for the dole, or roughly a thousand a day.

Alleging that the government failed to provide relief to the flood affected people in 2019, Siddaramaiah said the government had sought about Rs 35,000 crore relief from the Centre whereas it got only Rs 1,662 crore.

Figures published on Friday by the Office for National Statistics showed more than 50,000 new infections a day in the week to 23 October, up from 35,000 a day a week earlier.

For planting 35,000 saplings of pine nut and sea buckthorn, Rs 10 lakh each will be provided to the Divisional Forest Officers concerned.

He suggested he would offer 35,000 for rights to use the concept and reproduce with their artists.

However, the immigration process was reopened after five days and since then more than 35,000 Pakistani pilgrims have returned from Iran.

I jokingly referred to artificial skin masks the Russians made for 35,000 dead people and created the images of the artificial faces using huge television screens that were left on the Linden highway for people to collect freely.

In contrast, Brazil, which has been adding nearly 35,000 cases daily, added only 20,229 cases.

It is an international scourge and a threat to agricultural production and food security, as a single square kilometre swarm can destroy the equivalent of 35,000 individuals' food intake per day.

Over 35,000 renter households, spread throughout all areas of Maine, are severely rent-burdened, paying more than half of their income for rent and utilities.

Remembering her friend’s GoFundMe campaign, Arnold became one of the nearly 35,000 people to crowdfund on the service for needs related to covid-19, part of a massive spike we found in the service’s posts during the month of March.

An Ohio-based online seller by the name of says he has made between $35,000 and $40,000 on masks.

Another 35,000 doses of flu vaccines arrived on October 9. As of October 19, some 11,407 people were vaccinated.

So far, over 700,000 positive cases have been recorded worldwide with over 35,000 deaths while over 150,000 have recovered.

Someone earning $35,000 would see their biweekly pay go up by $83 this year, the groups wrote, but would owe $751 next year.

The £35,000 CrystalCam was funded by Friends of Anchor and NHS Grampian Endowment Fund.

The 35,000 or so pubs and small bars operating in England have been closed since 20 March, and it is not immediately clear how many of them will reopen one of these days.

The benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty were on a hotbed during Monday's trading session, with the 30-scrip index giving away its 35,000-mark.

As a consumer-centric brand, we are taking a step towards bringing them closer to our 35,000 retailers, Arijeet Talapatra, CEO of Transsion India, said in a statement.

The Ford is also priced below the Toyota, starting at just under $35,000.

The group estimated there are anywhere between 35,000 to hundreds of thousands of birth tourism babies born every year in the United States.

The health ministry reported Sunday that 434 people had died in 24 hours from the virus, bringing Iran’s death toll in the pandemic to more than 35,000.

The market valuation of the company is around Rs 35,000 crore and it turned profit of around Rs 1,200 crore last year.

The Minister for Public Health mentioned how the government will be getting 35,000 kits of an antibody test as soon as they become available.

The Ministry believes the scheme will generate investments of 35,000 crore and help create 9 lakh skilled and semi-skilled jobs.

The report, published by the EU agency for fundamental rights, surveyed 35,000 people across the EU, the UK and North Macedonia.

These machines process between 35,000 and 40,000 pieces of mail per hour, and there is no intention by the postmaster to bring these machines back, Edwards said.

The Southeast Steuben County Library, chartered as an Association Library, serves the towns of Corning, Caton, Lindley, Erwin, Campbell and Hornby along with the City of Corning, with a service population of approximately 35,000 people.

Tokyo Disney Resort now takes in roughly 35,000 visitors a day, which is about 40% of pre-coronavirus levels.

WASHINGTON TRUST Co bought a new position in AstraZeneca during the 1st quarter valued at about $35,000.

WASHINGTON TRUST Co bought a new position in Old Republic International during the 1st quarter worth about $35,000.

We agreed to provide a contribution of up to £35,000 for grass reinstatement once the markets were dismantled.

Wednesday a grocery store owner in Pennsylvania announced on Facebook that the store had been forced to throw out an estimated $35,000 worth of food after a woman intentionally coughed on several display cases.

Each client is getting in the vicinity of $20,000 to $35,000.

Eric Lamaze riding Artisan Farms Chesney scored his third $35,000 CSI3* Equinimity WEF Challenge Cup win of the season on March 15 at the Winter Equestrian Festival in Wellington, FL.

For example, boat tours on Gros Morne’s Western Brook Pond, which hosts 35,000+ visitors per year, reported a 17% increase in visitation in 2017.

For example, if the lease provided that the rent would be $25,000 per year and would be increased to $35,000 after five years, the guarantor would be bound because he had notice.

I believe that it is $35,000 for the Dempster route this year.

In support of this legislation, our government has stepped up to the table with forgivable loans up to $35,000 for covering up to 50 per cent of the costs of constructing these suites.

MDRT is an international, independent association of more than 35,000 members, or less than 1 percent, of the world’s best life insurance and financial services professional from 470 companies in 78 nations and territories.

Mr. Chair, to support the development and the completion of a student financial assistant on-line system, we are requesting $35,000.

Mr. Charbonneau, as I have already noted, is not now employed with Sifto, but he did get the $35,000 lump sum payment.

Anybody over $35,000 would get a loan from Newfoundland and Labrador Housing.

On May 10, I'm marching in solidarity with my s-heroes, the mothers of the disappeared in Mexico, because the nightmare of 35,000+ disappearances must be stopped!

On Page 41, para.137 (), the figure $5,000. should be changed to $2,169.00; the figure $35,000 (), should be changed to $15,183; and the figure 50,600 () should be changed to $30,783.

As for number of simultaneous connections I've hit well over 35,000.

Set amidst the stunning mountains of Germany’s Zugspitze, more than 35,000 visitors came from all over the world to celebrate their common passion for motorised two-wheelers.

Some houses are in such bad shape that if $35,000 was put into it, it would only increase the life of the home by perhaps five years and would not add anywhere near $35,000 to the value of it.

Some houses are in such bad shape that if $35,000 was put into it, it would only increase the life of the home by perhaps five years and would not add anywhere near $35,000 to the value of it.

The above home improvements will cost at least $35,000.

The average starting salary for finance program graduates is between $30,000 and $35,000 per year.

The cemetery also contains the commemorates nearly 35,000 servicemen from the United Kingdom and New Zealand who died in the Ypres Salient after 16 August 1917 and whose graves are not known.

The cost of these supply caches will be approximately $35,000 each and the plan would be to purchase and pre-position them at a rate of five per year until they are at each of the 26 community centres.

The miner’s lantern, an artifact of the early history of Lethbridge, recalls the idea of the illumination of knowledge and symbolizes the achievements of the more than 35,000 University of Lethbridge alumni.

The new facility will include a multi-purpose programming room, tutorial rooms and space for a collection of approximately 35,000 items.

The province’s entire aquaculture industry, including farmed salmon, employs more than 35,000 people and generates more than $2.5 billion in annual exports.

These represent up to 35,000 tonnes of paper, made from more than 70,000 tonnes of raw wood, harvested from thousands of hectares of forest.

The Territorial Court hears both criminal and civil matters, including family law, child protection and civil claims of up to $35,000.

This year, Okanagan College students hoping to study overseas can apply online to tap into $35,000 available in One World Scholarships from the Society.

Tiffany Foster of North Vancouver, BC, guides Brighton to victory in the $35,000 Ruby et Violette WEF Challenge Cup Round VIII held March 3 for owners Artisan Farms and Torrey Pines Stable.

Upper level at $19,100 annually and postdoctoral fellowships at $35,000 annually.

We now are moving with two additional mobile breast screening units to expand that to where we will have over 35,000 breast screenings this year alone.