Names of Large Numbers

Give the English language name of each number below.
All answers are a single word, and must be countable. (For example, "twelve" is not an acceptable name for 121, because you wouldn't say "two twelves".)
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21 (e.g. socks)
pair
21 (e.g. pigeons)
brace
101
ten
121
dozen
201
score
102
hundred
122
gross
103
thousand
104 (Greece)
myriad
105 (India)
lakh
106
million
107 (India)
crore
109 (Europe)
milliard
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109 (US) / 1012 (Europe)
billion
1012 (US) / 1018 (Europe)
trillion
1015 (US) / 1024 (Europe)
quadrillion
1018 (US) / 1032 (Europe)
quintillion
1021 (US) / 1036 (Europe)
sextillion
1024 (US) / 1042 (Europe)
septillion
1027 (US) / 1048 (Europe)
octillion
1030 (US) / 1054 (Europe)
nonillion
1033 (US) / 1060 (Europe)
decillion
1063 (US) / 10120 (Europe)
vigintillion
10100
googol
10303 (US) / 10600 (Europe)
centillion
10^10100
googolplex
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Level 55
May 3, 2014
I didn't know myriad had an actual value.
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Level 64
Oct 17, 2015
"googolplex" is also refered to as "googlioplex" :)
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Level 59
Jan 7, 2016
Fun fact: in the former USSR (including Estonia, where I come from), the names for large numbers go: thousand, million, milliard, trillion, quadrillion and so on. In nerd terms, that's the short scale but with "milliard" instead of "billion".