- adj. the ordinal number of forty-eight in counting order
“A few days later the New York Times told us that the World Economic Forum ranked the U.S. 48th, out of 133 developed nations, in the quality of math and science instruction. “48th is not a good place,” said the Times.”
“The one on 48th is getting more crowded and chaotic, which leads to longer waits and more potential mix-ups.”
“The name has been accepted and alternates with the "48th" in describing this corps.”
“Race officials raised the possibility Friday night that the event, in its 48th year, might not be held in the future.”
“Marcus Santos for The Wall Street Journal Development site at 49-55 Amsterdam Ave. Meanwhile, Avison Young, an independently owned Canadian brokerage firm, has set up a temporary office in the Intercontinental Hotel at Park Avenue and 48th Street and is knocking on brokerage doors all over town.”
“A lot on West 48th Street is under contract for about $24 million.”
“When I'm dressed up, people come close to me, they hug me, they kiss me, smile at me," Mr. Vasquez said in Spanish as he worked at the corner of Broadway and West 48th Street recently.”
“The couple posed for pictures on West 48th Street and Seventh Avenue on a recent morning, where nearly a dozen characters congregate when the weather is good.”
“Among the players to whom I was introduced, and with whom I'd shortly be rubbing shoulders onstage, were Frank Henninger , a retired 81-year-old Navy deep-sea diver in his 48th season as a Met super, and Richard Marfuggi , a plastic surgeon.”
“The long awaited dedication of the US national memorial to slain civil rights icon Martin Luther King had been rescheduled from the 48th anniversary date of King's "I Have A Dream" speech due to Hurricane Irene.”
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