A general had his men line up in 5 rows; no men were left over.

He then had them line up in 8 rows; no men were left over.

He had them line up in 9 rows; no men were left over.

However, when they lined up in 11 rows, one column only had 10 men.

What is the smallest number of men the general could have had under his command?

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