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- n. The ordinal form of the number forty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 41 of a sequence.
- n. One of forty-one equal parts of a whole.
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- adj. the ordinal number of forty-one in counting order
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I am a slow learner, in many respects, and this may be why it took me so long to begin to know how to garden: truth is, it wasn't until my forty-first year that I learned how to make a dent in the earth.
Waterford 3, in Killona, La. in St. Charles parish near New Orleans, ranked forty-first, with a 1 in 50,000 chance each year.
She celebrated the first Earth Day in the suburbs of Dayton, Ohio, and will observe the forty-first Earth Day at her home in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
His crowning achievement remains his golf league, which he will proudly tell you is currently in its forty-first year.
One out later, Rivera secured his forty-first save in forty-three chances and the Yankees had a heart-stopping, message-delivering 6-5 victory.
On the forty-first day, she checked herself into a hospital for a special alcoholism program.
The Bush campaign was not worthy of the forty-first president.
Still, after eight years of Ronald Reagan, another Republican, George Herbert Walker Bush, was elected the forty-first president in 1988 and served from 1989 until 1993.
In the campaign, Brown had promised the voters of Massachusetts he would be the forty-first vote in the Senate against Obamacare and they took him up on his offer.
Forty-one! in reference to Brown being the forty-first GOP vote, enough to beat health care in the Senate.
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