- n. A Roman numeral representing the number twenty two (22).
“A member of three Super Bowl teams, including winners in XXII and XXVI, Green set a club record with 54 career interceptions — while often matched against the opposing team's top receiver.”
“Cboldt — Granted, the language in Senate Rule XXII is not the same as the language in the Budget Act, but upon reading the Budget Act, it’s quite clear that the time limits are meant to be time limits.”
“Granted, the language in Senate Rule XXII is not the same as the language in the Budget Act, but upon reading the Budget Act, it’s quite clear that the time limits are meant to be time limits.”
“(The closest: Washington trailed Denver 10-0 before winning 42-10 in XXII.)”
“Accordingly if we take the unpleasant-delusion group to be constituted of Cases VI and X (transfers from the first group), XIII, XIV, and XIV to XXII, that is eleven cases, we come upon the striking fact that virtually all of them are renal cases.”
“Adam: the Senate’s Rule XXII, which is how a filibuster is ended (the critical thing), was passed to over-ride LaFollete’s attempt to keep us out of the First World War.”
“And I further move that, the “beginning” of the 94th Congress having now ended, and no constitutional question now existing, if in fact one ever existed, debate on this motion may continue until brought to an end as provided by the provisions of Senate Rule XXII.”
“Heck, Ross wrote a very similar story for Sword and Sorceress XXII called "Pearl of Fire," wherein a young woman accidentally receives a family heirloom meant for someone else.”
“A lot of them came across as predictable, run-of-the-mill, stories that I might have already read in XXIII or XXII ...”
“Instead, the Redskins advanced to Super Bowl XXII, where Doug Williams put the Denver Broncos over his knee and repeatedly spanked them in the second quarter, en route to Washington’s second of three Lombardi Trophies.”
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