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- n. The ordinal form of the number seventy-five, describing a person or thing in position number 75 of a sequence.
- n. One of seventy-five equal parts of a whole.
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- adj. the ordinal number of seventy-five in counting order
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Only, for the six hundred and seventy-fifth time, I am not a paparazzo.
Before anyone could ask what she meant, the elevator dinged to signal it had reached the seventy-fifth floor.
The girl pushed the button for the seventy-fifth floor.
When my heart decided to start failing on me around my seventy-fifth, the doctors offered me a bio-mechanical one.
And we cannot blame the U.S. News entirely: Illinois Law is neck-and-neck with Indiana in the rankings, though the latter reports significantly lower median LSAT scores for its entering class most recently a seventy-fifth percentile score of 160.
He signs up on his seventy-fifth birthday, and finds himself in a far stranger position than he imagined possible.
Based on that gloomy forecast, which I am inclined to believe, there is much painful damage yet to come, and President-elect Barack Obama is not to be envied, except, perhaps, by Timothy Geithner, soon to take office as his Secretary of the Treasury, the seventy-fifth since Andrew Hamilton.
I hope so, because I'm only on my two million, five hundred thousand, seventy-fifth lifetime, so I have a long time to go now before I have to cringe at the sight, and worse, sound, of that woman again.
Tonight marks the beginning of the seventy-fifth annual NFL draft.
In 1967, Mrs. Danz gave a speech at the organization's seventy-fifth anniversary.
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