- adj. coming next after the thirtieth in position
“Of course, December 31st is another joyful occasion in Vallarta.”
“Analysts say the first round on October 31st is likely to be a tight contest between the three lead candidates - Ouattara, Bedie and current President Laurent Gbagbo.”
“The balance due to us up to Dec 31st is £228.15.11 and the books then on hand amount at the regular trade price to £488.7.8 but it is much to be doubted if the 'Mayday' and”
“I think the 31st is going to be very interesting and the politics will shine. the supers can change thier mind once again.”
“January 31st is fast approaching/moving slower then Christmas for LOST fans.”
“Pam Roach and her son Dan Roach may survive in the 31st, but most of the 31st is in Pierce County.”
“They are ranked in 31st and 44th positions respectively as regards respect for freedom of expression on their own territory, but they fall to the 135th and 146th positions as regards behaviour beyond their borders.”
“I still haven’t tried it, but Vezzo on the corner of Lex & 31st is supposed to have some good thin crust pie.”
“Who could resist those carbs … (31st is a little out of the Midtown Lunch’ing range, so I’m not really familiar with that Minar, but their Menupages menu is the same as the Minar on 46th St. so I’m guessing it’s the same place, right?”
“Dwarftime Year One begins on what most call the 31st day of the 4th monthâthe date 50 days from both the Erldawning (Spring Equinox) and Highsummer (Summer Solstice).”
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