How many pieces by Basquiat can Jay-Z can buy with $95 million?
The Joyce estate had settled with Shloss, but it was handed legal bills of a quarter of a million dollars.
Hamas estimates $1.2 billion in Palestinian damage during 8-day Gaza operation, with $545 million in direct property damage.
Lululemon says it's expecting around $57 to $67 million in lost revenues in the first half of the year.
In the United States today, some 1.5 million old people have been institutionalized for medical problems.
But that one idea in a thousand can also pay off in odds of a million to one, when and if a man has it.
They might never have existed, for all the trace he could find of them in the city of a million.
It was proposed to run it by a company of shareholders with a capital of half a million roubles.
The papers say Sylvia, your Dulcinea, has inherited a million.
Nothing of this sort is possible in a modern democracy with, perhaps, several million voters.
late 14c., from Old French million (late 13c.), from Italian millione (now milione), literally "a great thousand," augmentative of mille "thousand," from Latin mille, which is of uncertain origin. Used mainly by mathematicians until 16c. India, with its love of large numbers, had names before 3c. for numbers well beyond a billion. The ancient Greeks had no name for a number greater than ten thousand, the Romans for none higher than a hundred thousand. "A million" in Latin would have been decies centena milia, literally "ten hundred thousand." Million to one as a type of "long odds" is attested from 1761. Related: Millions.