Ten may refer to:
- 10 (number)
- 10, the year 10 AD
- 10 BC, the year 10 BC
- 10 (Los Angeles Railway)
Other articles related to "ten":
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... Ten-codes, also known as ten signals, are code words used to represent common phrases in voice communication, particularly by law enforcement and in Citizens' Band (CB ...
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Famous quotes containing the word ten:
“Ten for the Ten Commandments
Eleven for the leven that went to heaven
Twelve for the twelve Apostles”
—Unknown. Carol of the Numbers (l. 3032)
“There is not enough exercise in this way of life. I try to make up by active gymnastics before I dress when I get up, by walking rapidly in the lower hall and the greenhouse after each meal for perhaps five to ten minutes, and a good hand rubbing before going to bed. I eat moderately; drink one cup of coffee at breakfast and one cup of tea at lunch and no other stimulant. My health is now, and usually, excellent.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“Material advancement has its share in moral and intellectual progress. Becky Sharps acute remark that it is not difficult to be virtuous on ten thousand a year has its applications to nations; and it is futile to expect a hungry and squalid population to be anything but violent and gross.”
—Thomas Henry Huxley (182595)