“This was on the two millionth, one hundred and six-thousandth, four hundred and seventy-second day, long after the award-winning creation,”
“Michael looked at his watch and hit the stopwatch function, synchronizing to the seventy-second countdown.”
“Not as staggering, though, as that which transpired on the seventy-second green at Liberty National.”
“Diego Rivera died in Mexico City two weeks before his seventy-second birthday.”
“His conclusion was that the Ghouls are a gift from the seventy-second century, sent back in time by some enterprising villain to plague the twenty-first.”
“Plans were being made for a major retrospective exhibition of her work at the Grosvenor Gallery, London when she died in 1966, just two months short of her seventy-second birthday.”
“Sontag, who had suffered from cancer intermittently for thirty years (she had been told after her original diagnosis in 1975 that she had a ten percent chance of surviving for two years), died of complications of acute myelogenous leukemia on December 28, 2004, two weeks shy of her seventy-second birthday.”
“He tried to cure himself by taking only liquids; but after an illness of seven days he died, in the forty-seventh year of his reign and the seventy-second year of his life 814.”
“CANDY CROWLEY, CNN SENIOR POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Winterset, Iowa, Senator Chuck Grassley holds his seventy-second town hall meeting of the year.”
“Today may be my seventy-second birthday but I am sharp as a ...... a ... what the hell is that expression?”
‘seventy-second’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for seventy-second.