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- n. The ordinal form of the number thirty-one, describing a person or thing in position number 31 of a sequence.
- n. One of thirty-one equal parts of a whole.
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- adj. coming next after the thirtieth in position
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Yet my college diploma says, “Given at Hempstead, New York, this thirty-first day of May, one thousand nine hundred AND eighty-nine.”
In his thirty-first year as mayor, hubbard had forced Southenders to sell their houses to the city of Dearborn by using a variety of tactics.
Once there, he would have exited the elevator on the thirty-first floor and walked the short walk to his desk.
So here we are, in a glassed-in room on the thirty-first floor of a Singapore hotel, our idyllic Zen vacation but a distant memory, parsing our insurance money between Starbucks, numerous cheap and delicious local restaurants and, in a weak moment when we couldn't take Asian food another minute (it's been two weeks since we left France), Kenny Rogers Roasters.
The Green Movement is alive and well, and by some accounts gaining momentum, despite the poor showing on February 11th, the thirty-first anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
We won our thirty-fifth consecutive match, eliminating the Gators, 15–2, 15–8, 15–10, to win our sixty-seventh consecutive game and record our thirty-first sweep in front of 12,327 at the Kohl Center.
It was the thirty-first of January, 1666—nine years after his son Aurangzeb had incarcerated him in Agra.
Unusually old for a combat pilot, “Bulldog” Edwards was a week short of his thirty-first birthday.
Come fall, we would mark our thirty-first year of marriage.
The Sporting News published a graph, with photo insets of the two principals, showing Mays ahead of Ruth as of July 11: Mays hit his thirty-first home run eleven days before Ruth hit his.
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