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- n. The cardinal number immediately following forty-three and preceding forty-five.
- n. A .44 Magnum handgun
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- adj. being four more than forty
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Only I won, because in addition to all my other problems, I’m forty-four, which is a far cry from twenty-one.
The study also found that forty-four per cent of mosques do not hold their sermons at the main Friday prayers in English.
It was a long forty-four years before Russia recaptured Smolensk in 1654.
Apparently, General Petraeus has forty-four countries to go.
Captain Daniel-Hyacinthe-Marie Liénard de Beaujeu, forty-four years old, had commanded troops in France as well as America.
At the age of forty-four, I was not ready to become a grandmother.
One brother was Louis Coulon de Villiers, forty-four, recently commandant of Fort Chartres on the Mississippi.
In Long Island City I signed a commitment to make seventy-two monthly payments on a Saturn SL2 (four years old, forty-four thousand miles).
And at April's Nuclear Security Summit, we will bring forty-four nations together behind a clear goal: securing all vulnerable nuclear materials around the world in four years, so that they never fall into the hands of terrorists.
At forty-four, however, and with Penelope comfortably waiting behind me in the home we share, I lacked both the youth and the motivation I had in those times.
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