WEFOUNDOne Hundred and One Famous Poems: With a Prose Supplement (Classic Reprint)


" One Hundred and One " is a song from  One Hundred and One Dalmatians  written by Robert and Richard Sherman. This would have marked the first time that one of their tunes was used in an animated feature. However, an instrumental of "Playful Melody" is heard over most of the opening titles, most likely because the film itself is not a traditional musical.

The song, however, appears on the 1961 Dog Songs: 101 Dalmatians album, as well as the record Walt Disney's Story of the 101 Dalmatians with Songs from the Film . The song also appears on the Bone-a-Fide Hits! CD.

101 little tails are dancing
101 pairs of eyes are glancing
101 sets of paws are prancing with glee
Who can they be?
(Bark, bark!)
Who can they be?

They're 101 Dalmatians!
101!
(Bark, bark!)
Bundles of fun!
(Bark!)
They're 101 Dalmatians!
Look at them jump
Look at them rump
Look at them run!
(Bark, bark, bark, bark!)

101, named from Rex to Rover
101, thousand spots all over
Picture 101 mischievous creations
101 puppy birthday celebrations
101, that's a lot of doggy rations
101 Dalmatians!

" One Hundred and One " is a song from  One Hundred and One Dalmatians  written by Robert and Richard Sherman. This would have marked the first time that one of their tunes was used in an animated feature. However, an instrumental of "Playful Melody" is heard over most of the opening titles, most likely because the film itself is not a traditional musical.

The song, however, appears on the 1961 Dog Songs: 101 Dalmatians album, as well as the record Walt Disney's Story of the 101 Dalmatians with Songs from the Film . The song also appears on the Bone-a-Fide Hits! CD.

101 little tails are dancing
101 pairs of eyes are glancing
101 sets of paws are prancing with glee
Who can they be?
(Bark, bark!)
Who can they be?

They're 101 Dalmatians!
101!
(Bark, bark!)
Bundles of fun!
(Bark!)
They're 101 Dalmatians!
Look at them jump
Look at them rump
Look at them run!
(Bark, bark, bark, bark!)

101, named from Rex to Rover
101, thousand spots all over
Picture 101 mischievous creations
101 puppy birthday celebrations
101, that's a lot of doggy rations
101 Dalmatians!

The collective team experience includes different specialities and experiences across various sectors including; working with luxury brands and high profile clients. A One Hundred Concierge membership guarantees our members access to the top lifestyle management consultants to ensure a consistent and premium experience.

Albert founded One Hundred after an extensive career in the concierge industry looking after high profile clients to luxury brands that include Coutts, Vertu, Barclays and Ferrari. 
His passion for building long lasting personal relationships was the main reason for limiting the 100 club membership to just 100 clients. 

Terry brings decades of experience in the travel and hospitality industry to the One Hundred board. Fisher’s reputable name in travel stems from the success of Travelworld, an agency chain he founded in 1982 when he was just 19 years old which later became the largest privately-owned travel group in the UK. 

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The first example is incorrect. The second and third examples are both correct. Which one you use is mostly a matter of preference, although a hundred appears more frequently than one hundred . There is also another form, an hundred , which was common in the past, but has mostly fallen out of use.

When you say 'a hundred' or 'a million' you're just giving an order of magnitude, and the exact figure doesn't matter. So much so that when you say 'a million reasons not to do this' it obviously isn't important how many exactly. When you say 'one million' or 'one thousand' then you're usually being quite precise with the figure you're giving : 'I've won a million pesos at the lottery' (lucky you even though I suspect this isn't that much) or 'This village is one thousand inhabitants'.

" One Hundred and One " is a song from  One Hundred and One Dalmatians  written by Robert and Richard Sherman. This would have marked the first time that one of their tunes was used in an animated feature. However, an instrumental of "Playful Melody" is heard over most of the opening titles, most likely because the film itself is not a traditional musical.

The song, however, appears on the 1961 Dog Songs: 101 Dalmatians album, as well as the record Walt Disney's Story of the 101 Dalmatians with Songs from the Film . The song also appears on the Bone-a-Fide Hits! CD.

101 little tails are dancing
101 pairs of eyes are glancing
101 sets of paws are prancing with glee
Who can they be?
(Bark, bark!)
Who can they be?

They're 101 Dalmatians!
101!
(Bark, bark!)
Bundles of fun!
(Bark!)
They're 101 Dalmatians!
Look at them jump
Look at them rump
Look at them run!
(Bark, bark, bark, bark!)

101, named from Rex to Rover
101, thousand spots all over
Picture 101 mischievous creations
101 puppy birthday celebrations
101, that's a lot of doggy rations
101 Dalmatians!

The collective team experience includes different specialities and experiences across various sectors including; working with luxury brands and high profile clients. A One Hundred Concierge membership guarantees our members access to the top lifestyle management consultants to ensure a consistent and premium experience.

Albert founded One Hundred after an extensive career in the concierge industry looking after high profile clients to luxury brands that include Coutts, Vertu, Barclays and Ferrari. 
His passion for building long lasting personal relationships was the main reason for limiting the 100 club membership to just 100 clients. 

Terry brings decades of experience in the travel and hospitality industry to the One Hundred board. Fisher’s reputable name in travel stems from the success of Travelworld, an agency chain he founded in 1982 when he was just 19 years old which later became the largest privately-owned travel group in the UK. 


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