GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the fourteenth in a series.
- adj. coming next after the fourteenth and just before the sixteenth in position
“And it makes things difficult to some extent, but at the same time we have what we call the 15th club in our big with the crowd all there behind us.”
“April 15th is an appropriate day to consider the complexity of the tax code.”
“The main goal of Blog Action Day, which takes place every October 15th, is to harness the power of blogging for a particular cause.”
“This time it's been extremely fluffy cozies and Margaret Frazer's 2 series, both set in 15th century England.”
“Chocolate was a particularly important trading commodity for Jews in 15th century Spain.”
“December 15th is the deadline for artists wishing to voice their interest in contributing art.”
“October 15th is the official launch date and you can find it here, as well as on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and strangely – Target.”
“Set in 15th century Italy, this gives as an alien that is essentially just living energy and a religious cult.”
“Interesting as it may be, it is hard to get worked up over the forced conversion of the Moors in 15th century Spain.”
“A year ago, St. Louis was 13-21-7 at the midway point and in 15th place in the conference.”
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