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“I've been alive fourty-four years, and I've studied as much history as I can, certainly not as much as professional historians, but I have never felt any leader has been a world leader.”
“She was juggled between fourty-four different caseworkers, all while dealing with painful memories of being taken from her home and physical abuse from a foster family.”
“She's 44 years old people. fourty-four years old.”
“Selybria is about fourty-four miles from Byzantium, two-thirds of the way to Perinthus.”
“Well, since August of last year I lost a total of fourty-four pounds.”
“One hundred and fourty-four years ago, members of the Democratic Party first met in convention to select a Presidential candidate.”
“JENNY'S son lived six weeks – exactly fourty-four days and a half, she said bitterly to herself, thinking again and again of the short time she had felt really happy.”
“Three hundred and fourty-four of this age find a home in felon cells.”
“Rodriques of Faria, the sum of fourty-four thousand and eight hundred rees, in ready and lawful money, by different times, for our support and succour from the 17th of May instant, to this present date: And, for the said charily, we implore the Almighty to grant him health and prosperity.”
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Volume 17 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
“Goumri has brought his runner-up record and 2: 05: 30 credentials to Boston, where Cheruiyot's course record is a minute and fourty-four seconds slower than Goumri's PB.”
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