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  • noun historical or Long Hundred: One hundred and twenty (120), 12 x 10; usually defined as six score to the hundred (hundred= 100, five score to the hundred). Is mainly found in Northern England, Scotland, for counting wood and cloth. Also common in Icelandic sagas and land taxation.

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  • noun the cardinal number that is the product of ten and twelve


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