Ten may refer to:

  • 10 (number)
  • 10, the year 10 AD
  • 10 BC, the year 10 BC
  • October
  • 10 (Los Angeles Railway)

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Upper Ten Thousand
... Upper Ten Thousand, or simply, The Upper Ten, is a phrase coined in 1852 by American poet Nathaniel Parker Willis to describe the upper circles of New York, and hence ... a fashionable New York journal entitled “The Gazette of the Upper Ten Thousand” ... Bissett Thom and Kelly's Directory published books entitled The Upper Ten Thousand, which listed members of the aristocracy, the gentry, officers in the British Army and Navy, members of ...
2004 Penn State Nittany Lions Football Team - Awards - Players
... Academic All-District Tamba Hali Second-team All-Big Ten Paul Jefferson ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District Jeremy Kapinos Big Ten Special Teams Player of the Week (Oct. 30) Paul Posluszny Second-team All-Big Ten Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week (Nov. 13) ESPN The Magazine CoSIDA Academic All-District Alan Zemaitis Second-team All-Big Ten ...
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Anabasis (Xenophon) - Cultural Influences
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Famous quotes containing the word ten:

    In ten thousand years the Sierras
    Will be dry and dead, home of the scorpion.
    Gary Snyder (b. 1930)

    Chanuka and St. Nicholas Day came almost together this year—just one day’s difference. We didn’t make much fuss about Chanuka: we just gave each other a few little presents and then we had the candles. Because of the shortage of candles we only had them alight for ten minutes, but it is all right as long as you have the song.
    Anne Frank (1929–1945)

    Generally speaking, the political news, whether domestic or foreign, might be written today for the next ten years with sufficient accuracy. Most revolutions in society have not power to interest, still less alarm us; but tell me that our rivers are drying up, or the genus pine dying out in the country, and I might attend.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)