The New York City Fire Department had lost seven hundred and seventy-eight men from its founding in 1865 until September 10, 2001.
seventy-eight percent of U.S. families now report buying organic food, up from 73 percent in 2009.
seventy-eight percent of Americans are dissatisfied with the way they are currently being governed, according to Gallup.
seventy-eight people were originally diagnosed with the Skid Row strain—of those, 60 were homeless.
The number of convicts was seven hundred and seventy-eight, of whom five hundred and fifty-eight were men.
The lines of railway at that time, 1834, amounted to seventy-eight miles.
For the second deal, the whole pack of seventy-eight cards must be shuffled and cut three times.
It contained seventy-eight items, thirty-four of them passed.
Altogether there are seventy-eight printed volumes, besides four MSS.
I am sure no one could recognise it; I look seventy-eight at the very least.