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Then they had to go into the back rooms occupied by Billina's nine Dorothys and two Daniels, who were all plump yellow chickens and greeted the visitors very politely.
"But still, nine dollars a pound!" replied the major, who was not willing readily to give in; "even that is an enormous price."
"Capital!" cried the major; "but do you know that, at nine dollars a pound, this projectile will cost "
The vast majority of community club coaches I've spoken to agree nines provide the natural transition to 11s.
Most venues at this age group have fixed sevens goals and can't move them to create the nines pitch required.
Playing handicap 11, Keter posted a total of 39 points made of 18 and 21 points in respective nines to emerge the overall winner.
The handicap 16 player posted 19 points in the first nine and 18 in the back nine to finish seco0nd ahead of third-placed Eunice Korir (handicap 28), who beat Nicholas Tanui to fourth place on count back after tying on 37 stableford points.
So, while you're pondering this plethora of positively fascinating information about the Number 9, why not try a game of Nines?
Except for zero, no matter what you multiply by nine, when the digits are added up, they always total 9.
Do many businesses know what the availability index (how many nines) that your power source actually delivers and what it should become in the years ahead to meet the demand of your IT technologies and facilities?
Almost every market segment is demanding higher availability and the path to the "high nines" requires a commitment to pay for that quality of service.
That's because she will celebrate her ninth birthday on the ninth day of the ninth month of 1999 - a full house of nines for Debra, of Shilton Lane, Shilton.
Nines are traditionally considered the peacemakers or negotiators.
Traditional enterprise servers have designed and delivered the highest availability of any computer systems and can presently achieve "five nines" 99.999% availability levels.
Dear Dr Maths, TAKE the nine digits from one to nine in order and remove the eight, then multiply this number by nine and you get nine ones.