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# What year was four score and seven years ago from 2007?

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1920

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Four score and seven years. A score is twenty years. Four score and seven = 87 years.

A score is 20 years. Four score is 80 years plus seven years is 87 years

A "score" is twenty years, so four score and seven is a total of 87 years

One score is 20 years so four score (80) and seven years ago would be 87 years.

a score, as in "Four score and seven years..."

A score is equal to twenty. "Four score and seven years" is eighty-seven years.

A score is twenty years, so 4 score is 80 years and 'four score and seven' means 87 years.

Abraham Lincoln gave the, "Four score and seven years ago," speech.

87 years. A score is 20; thus, four score is 80, plus 7 = 87.

A score is 20, so four score would be 80, plus 7. Four score and seven years ago would be 87 years ago that Lincoln is referring to in his Gettysburg Address

A "score" is twenty, so four score and seven = 87.

Four score and seven=87 87 years prior to the Gettysburg address, was the American Revolution.

26...a score = twenty (as in "...four score &amp; seven years ago..." means 87 years)

A score is twenty years. So four score and seven is (4 X 20) + 7 years or 87 years. However, the usual quote is three score and ten years (70 years) which represented the life expectancy in those days.

A score is a word which means twenty years. So four score is four times twenty, or 80 years. then Lincoln said "and seven years ago" so 80+7 is 87 years.

A 'score' means twenty. So 4 times 20 plus seven is referring to 87 years ago.

No. A decade is ten years. Twenty years is two decades (or a "score" -- as in "Four score and seven years ago...").

A score is a 'group of 20' in numbers. So, that would be 20 years. Lincoln's 'four score and seven' was to indicate 87 years.

A score is 20 years, therefore 4 score and 7 would total 87 years

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