Terrance Williams is number 83 on the Dallas Cowboys.
it was 83 yards thrown by Don meredith to bob Hayes (dallas cowboys)
Two exceptional offensive linemen have worn 76 for the Dallas Cowboys -- All-Pro guard John Niland (1966-74) and Pro Bowl tackle Flozell Adams (1998-2009). Defensive tackle Larry Bethea wore the number from 1978-83 and guard Jeff Zimmerman claimed number 76 from 1987-90.
The most famous player to have worn number 44 for the Dallas Cowboys was fullback Robert Newhouse (1972-83). Others include Pro Bowl cornerback Don Bishop (1960-65), defensive back Cornell Gowdy (1986), defensive back Michael Brooks (1990), fullback Lincoln Coleman (1993-94), fullback Robert Thomas (1999-2002) and fullback Chris Gronkowski (2010).
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No. 83 is a prime number.
83 is a prime number
83 is a prime number because it has only two factors
83 is a prime number; its only divisors are 1 and 83.
No, 83 is not a composite number, it is a prime number.
83 is a prime number and has no other divisors that are prime numbers except 83; 83 divided by 83 equals 1.
83 is a prime number the only factors for this number would be 83 and 1
83/7 = 83 ÷ 7 = 116/7
83 is a prime number, but 41.5 x 2 equals 83.
83 is a two-digit odd number and a prime number.
1 and 83 because its a prime number
Bismuth is a metal element. atomic number of it is 83.
Itself and one because 83 is a prime number
83 is a prime number so the only two numbers you can multiply to get it are 1 and 83.
No, because 83 is a prime number.
It is: 1*83 = 83 which is a prime number
There is an infinite number of possible answers. If you have 83, 83, 83, etc. the mean is 83. If you have 82, 83, and 84, the mean is 83.
83% as expressed as a decimal is .83 since 83% = 83/100 = .83 Multiply the decimal by the number in question to get your answer. .83 * 240 = 199.2
Jeff Dugan wore number 83 for the vikings
82 is a composite number 83 is a prime number