- adj. the ordinal number of thirty-nine in counting order
“And so despite the overwhelming opposition of the folks who own property over there, it looks as though 39th is the leading contender for the renaming.”
“We had a suspension failure," said Gordon, who went to the garage on lap 159 for a repair that eventually left him 14 laps down in 39th place.”
“Mickelson mired in 39th place after 1-over 73 on Saturday”
“USATODAY. com - Mickelson mired in 39th place after 1-over 73 on Saturday”
“Finland's Tanja Poutiainen, who came in 39th Friday in a race she said she entered mostly for training, is fourth with 909 points but says her chances for the overall title are gone.”
“Sports Illustrated recently ranked Goodwin 39th on its list of the 101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports, ahead of Venus Williams, Magic Johnson, Allen Iverson and Alex Rodriguez.”
“Yesterday the Portland City Council voted to re-name 39th Ave. after this person.”
“President Obama called the 39th president in the afternoon and reported that Carter "sounded great," said White House spokesman Bill Burton.”
“The Council, when it debates whether to rename 39th Avenue after Cesar Chavez at a cost to the City of $150,000, should not be asking itself whether Mr. Chavez's memory is worthy of some commemoration, nor even whether his thin connections to Portland merit the Council honoring him, rather than another prominent labor leader, with a street.”
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