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- adj. hundred-first, hundred-and-first
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When Thomas Jefferson crowed I sewed the hundred-and-oneth stitch.
The hundred-and-oneth stitch was my stent, and it's done.
She had left the needle sticking in the unfinished seam -- in the hundred-and-oneth stitch -- and close beside it was a tiny dot of red to "keep the place."
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