- adj. Abbreviation of twelfth.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the eleventh in a series.
- adj. coming next after the eleventh and just before the thirteenth in position
“Jason Cook, A&M's vice president for marketing and communications, said he expects a "quick and amicable resolution" to the term "12th Man" used in Denver's stadium, apparently when a skydiver entered the stadium with a "12th Man" flag attached during the Broncos' recent playoff game against Denver.”
“But if you go back to Hussein and this idea of the bloodline, the Shias believe that there was succession after Hussein, still of the bloodline of Mohammed because Hussein had a son, up until what they call the 12th imam, al - Mehdi (ph).”
“I was seventeen years old, studying in 12th standard in a boarding school and harboring dreams of becoming a famous doctor.”
“You might want to notify Darren that the link to E-Junkie in 12th tip is broken,. com is missing from there.”
“I missed your point because that all reminded of the big mid term paper I had to write in 12th grade (catholic) religion class.”
“Hakkinen still handed off to Burke in 12th place, but the USA would get no closer, finish 13th in the men's relay to close out two weeks in Whistler in which the team showed little of the success it has enjoyed on the World Cup circuit this year.”
“Or didn't anyone take a government class in 12th grade?”
“For companies doing business in Mexico, the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe on December 12th is a bigger celebration than Chris ... read more doing-business fiestas-traditions”
“For companies doing business in Mexico, the Day of the Virgin of Guadalupe on December 12th is a bigger celebration than Christmas Day.”
“Ken Follett was known only as a thriller writer until 1989, when he published The Pillars of the Earth, a historical novel about the construction of a cathedral in 12th century England.”
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