“Bill Perry believed that the U.S. force level in Japan at that time, some forty-seven thousand troops, was about right.”
“Once in forty-seven years someone actually holds the guy to account, and he fails miserably.”
“This was Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, after all, and it seemed the least the college to do after erecting fraternity houses on land where forty-seven thousand men bled out.”
“The four young men who first appeared on U.S. television on "The Ed Sullivan Show" forty-seven years ago changed music and television history.”
“At another studio, an executive advised his workers against Sinclair by pointing out that "of forty-seven books he has written, not one has ever been filmed.”
“His spirit was broken, and in 1865 he died in a psychiatric institute at the age of forty-seven, never having gained the recognition he so much deserved.4*”
““Nine forty-seven p.m., sir,” Stephen Kowalski stated, looking down at the page.”
“Eight out of forty-seven vice presidents or 17% reached immortality as "accidental presidents" either through death or through resignation of the sitting president.”
““Are you aware that Trojan Energy has paid over forty-seven million dollars in ransom to Abu Nasir in the past twelve months?””
“That would leave a comparatively young and vigorous William and Kate to become king and queen at age forty-seven.”
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