• Between October, 2005, and September, 2006, the United States admitted two hundred and two Iraqis as refugees, most of them from the years under Saddam.

    NEWYORKER: Betrayed

  • Two hundred and thirty-two executives, entrepreneurs, thinkers and policy makers gathered to talk, trade ideas, and grapple with a big-picture conversation about the health care system.

    FORBES: Health Summit: How Patient Groups Are Changing Biotech - Forbes

  • Between the ages of seven and seventeen, Steltzner broke thirty-two bones and got a hundred and seventy-two stitches.

    NEWYORKER: The Martian Chroniclers

  • In two months, the Germans killed twenty thousand members of the Home Army and massacred two hundred and twenty-five thousand civilians.

    NEWYORKER: Getting Real

  • Scott, at five feet four and two hundred and ten pounds, cut a memorable figure.

    NEWYORKER: A Pickpocket’s Tale

  • He found that between January of 2002 and June of 2008 some nine hundred people in the two buildings accounted for more than four thousand hospital visits and about two hundred million dollars in health-care bills.

    NEWYORKER: The Hot Spotters

  • As Politico reported recently, a pool of only twenty-one hundred people has given a total of two hundred million dollars to the 2012 campaigns and their Super PACs—fifty-two million dollars more than the combined donations of the two and a half million voters who have given two hundred dollars or less.

    NEWYORKER: Schmooze or Lose

  • By evening, the crew had pulled in roughly ten miles of line and about two hundred and fifty hooks.

    NEWYORKER: Neptune’s Navy

  • But now comes Ootoya, a chain restaurant that has a hundred outlets in Tokyo and two hundred more across Asia.

    NEWYORKER: Ootoya

  • Several years ago, Texas passed a tough malpractice law that capped pain-and-suffering awards at two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

    NEWYORKER: The Cost Conundrum

  • Roughly two hundred sixty miles and four hours of driving separate the two schools.

    FORBES: How The City Of Fort Myers Is Exploiting Florida Gulf Coast's NCAA Tournament Success

  • He ordered Prokopi not to travel beyond northern Florida once he got home, and he raised the bond to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.

    NEWYORKER: Bones of Contention

  • President Obama is determined to get out of Afghanistan, and so the Americans have embarked on a crash program to train an Afghan Army and police force—more than two hundred and thirty thousand troops in all—to take over by the end of 2014, when the last combat soldiers are scheduled to leave.

    NEWYORKER: General Principles

  • The lava flooded a two-hundred-and-fifty-square-mile area, requiring the evacuation of two hundred thousand people.

    NEWYORKER: The Climate Fixers

  • Anyway it would seem that being within two hundred miles of Rhode Island for two years and not going there much would be pretty strong evidence that she had abandoned her Rhode Island domicile.

    FORBES: Aggravation for Expatriate - Can Moving From Japan to New York Make You a Rhode Island Resident?

  • And tonight, we have recognized and we have honored a man that at this important time in the history of this two hundred and thirty-five year, the longest running Constitutional republic that the world has ever known, you have been entrusted to be a keeper of that flame at this time.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Keeping "the flame" burning

  • Two employees are billionaires and two more are worth several hundred million dollars apiece because they sold their companies to Lucent.

    FORBES: Wired and restless

  • She has secured approval for two new berths at Port Hedland, finished the deepwater dredging for them, and has started construction on her own two-hundred-and-fourteen-mile railway and high-tech remote operations center near Perth Airport.

    NEWYORKER: The Miner’s Daughter

  • Two hundred and fifty hospitals from Alaska to Virginia have installed a version of the tele-I.

    NEWYORKER: Big Med

  • Two hundred and fifty million years ago the Earth had one landmass—what scientists call Pangaea.

    FORBES: Columbus: Father of Globalization

  • In the first half of 2009, it sold more than two hundred and fifty thousand copies.

    NEWYORKER: Confounding Fathers

  • In the first three months, the Times attracted two hundred and eighty-one thousand digital subscribers.

    NEWYORKER: Changing Times

  • The following day, all two hundred and seventy-eight employees received a certified letter terminating their employment, effective immediately.

    NEWYORKER: Out of the Bronx

  • Twenty-six sports will be played in London this summer, with medals awarded in three hundred and two events.

    NEWYORKER: Glory Days

  • Two hundred and thirty-three years ago, a Polish-born patriot gave his life to advance the cause of American independence.

    WHITEHOUSE: The White House

  • It rained two hundred and eighty-seven days of the year, and the locals were given to magnificent mood swings.

    NEWYORKER: Fjord of Killary

  • The penalty was potentially as high as two hundred and fourteen million dollars.

    NEWYORKER: Covert Operations

  • Boehner said that he would pursue the amendment approach if two hundred and seventeen Republicans—a majority of the House—favored it.

    NEWYORKER: The House of Pain

  • In my old paperback, Tolkien gets the whole thing done in two hundred and eighty pages, nineteen chapters in all.

    NEWYORKER: Ring Cycle

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