GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the eighteenth in a series.
- adj. coming next after the eighteenth in position
“The tea baggers like April the 19th is a date they all like as much as April 20th the day there true leader was born.”
“We wanted to get out of what I called 19th-century drug development - give a drug and hope it does something," Dr. Potter recalled in an interview on Thursday.”
“A register showed that Aristarchus was admitted in April 1868, after suffering for more than one year from mania, a term 19th century doctors used to describe such psychiatric symptoms as hallucinations, delusions and mood disorders.”
“Otherwise, the time-honored method (established in 19th Century England) will have to suffice.”
“While Charles Dickens chronicled the sagas of the poor and miserable in 19th century England, Precious, based on the novel Push by Sapphire, takes contemporary poverty and misery and lays it bare.”
“If you regulate CO2 produced from manufacturing, it's probably more expensive for you to produce goods compared to somebody who just blithely opens the smokestacks like they're living in 19th-century England.”
“So yeah, that and NY's 19th is not a sterling claim to fame.”
“If you were a Jew in 19th century Germany, you would be discriminated against.”
“It's all about the body snatchers in 19th century London (snatching bodies from graves for the anatomy schools).”
“Campanella said that land in 19th century New Orleans was far more resilient than it is today because the whole area was at or above sea level and buffered by healthier wetlands.”
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