- adj. the ordinal number of forty-seven in counting order
“In particular, I love the Ed McBain 47th precinct novels.”
“Unfortunately, she missed the cut Saturday, finishing the tournament in 47th place with a two-day total of 12 pounds, two ounces.”
“That will be a lot harder to do in the minority, and this little girl in the 47th is NOT Mary Margaret Haugen, and will now have a tougher go at it.”
“The current location on 47th is where they make all their bread … and delicious flat bread pizzas.”
“In contrast, the Tad’s on 47th is only slightly disgusting.”
“Benedict XVI recalled the 47th World Day of Prayer for Vocations, which is celebrated today,”
“Forbes Magazine, which ranks states for business friendliness, dropped Vermont from 36th place to 47th - in other words, third from the bottom.”
“The new street, known as 47th Terrace, would provide access into what could contain commercial/retail development.”
“On Feb. 1st about 100 people, myself included, along with alderperson representatives from the 43rd, 47th, and 39th wards, gathered at the Sulzer Library in Lincoln Square to discuss Streets for Cycling 2020, an infrastructure plan that "will guide the development of a citywide network of 150-250 miles of innovative bikeways," at the third of Chicago Department of Transportation's CDOT public meetings.”
“Jacobs Theater on West 47th Street between Broadway and 8th Ave. It's a show you'll be talking about and debating long after it's run ends.”
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