GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. coming next after the nineteenth in a series.
- adj. coming next after the nineteenth in position
“For full-time employees whom we see every day, the 20th is the deadline.”
“So I announced a strategy to transform and energize Telstra from what I call a 20th century telephone company in decline to a 21st century media-communications powerhouse that provides truly integrated services on digital platforms.”
“To quote readingthedark, "Finally, having spent too much time in the book biz, I firmly believe that having the best possible trailer on August 20th is five times better than having one out before the book is in stores but that isn't memorable or worth linking to.”
“Littleford adds, All of the research about History was that people who came to watch it would be interested in 20th-century history and war.”
“For 2009, Strategic Analytics has the US in 20th place in broadband penetration, at 60%.”
“Yet this major figure in 20th century mathematics is all but unknown to the general public, probably because her groundbreaking work is not terribly accessible to non-mathematicians.”
“-- G Brett Harvey finished his Loyola career in 20th place on the school's all-time scoring list (1,208 points).”
“And of course there was vituperation directed toward W including some over-the-top comparisons to certain 20th century tyrants.”
“Teachout, an estimable critic, biographer, and former jazzbo, draws on newly available recordings and writings to limn the fullest portrait to date of the most popular and beloved figure in 20th-century music.”
“So, you know, he's really a towering figure in 20th century Birmingham.”
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