“It was the first day of April 1933, the sixty-third birthday of the Paint twins.”
“For example, the sixty-third volume of the Documents from the U.S. Espionage Den—which has the enticing title “U.S. Interventions in Iran,” part twelve—included such mundane events as a visit by the American chargé to the agriculture minister and a discussion of French business affairs in Iran.84”
“Colorado hopes Bowlen is right, but only time will tell if Matt Cassel owes McDaniels a sixty-third of his new $63 million contract.”
“Mansell had been complaining of stomach trouble, the result, he believed, of a BBC dinner celebrating Murray Walkers sixty-third birthday.”
“Meanwhile Charlemagne had subdued the Saxons (785), had driven back the advancing Slavs (789), had defeated and dispersed the Avars (790-805), and had, in the thirty-fourth year of his reign and the sixty-third of his age, resigned himself to peace.”
“I remember when I hit my sixty-third post in early 2004.”
“ÅÄntaraká¹£ita offers his concise summation and definition of a conventional truth in the sixty-third and sixty forth stanzas of MA:”
“It was the sixty-third day when they came for him.”
“According to genealogists, William was born the most British heir to the throne since King James I. If he succeeds Charles as king he will be the sixty-third monarch of England since Egbert of Wessex and the forty-fourth since the Norman Conquest of 1066.”
“A single woman in her sixty-third year, Patsy had never married.”
‘sixty-third’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for sixty-third.