“Had the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., survived the struggles of the civil rights movement and gone on to lead a long, healthy life, he would be waking up this weekend to his eighty-second birthday.”
“She was an elementary school teacher in Springfield, Virginia, where coworkers had told her about the explosions at the World Trade Center, and she was frantically trying to phone a brother-in-law who worked on the eighty-second floor of one of the towers and her brother who worked across the street.”
“In fact, he had applied for the headmastership of Knightley Academy when their grand chevalier announced he would be retiring just after his eighty-second birthday.”
“Prosts heart was in his mouth as he entered Victoria Park and headed for the final hairpin for the eighty-second time.”
“Institute of Pacific Relations: Report of the Committee on the Judiciary, eighty-second Congress, second session, pursuant to S.Res. 366 (81stCongress); a resolution relating to the internal security of the UnitedStates; hearings held July 25, 1951 - June 20, 1952 by the InternalSecurity Subcommittee. by United States.”
“The next day, 26th of January, we cut the equator at the eighty-second meridian and entered the northern hemisphere.”
“They were celebrating Auntie Gal's seventy-seventh birthday — her eighty-second if the truth be known, but only she, LuLing, and Ruth knew that.”
“Then again, the Qwarm elder reflected as he strolled down the hallway of the eighty-second floor, in the brief instant he could have misinterpreted the effect of the light.”
“In his eighty-second year, he was a member of the Constitutional”
“He died in 1846, in his eighty-second year; having lived long enough to see his son, the present Lord High Commissioner of the”
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