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- n. The cardinal number immediately following thirty and before thirty-two; thirty plus one.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A game resembling vingt-un, but with a longer reckoning.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being one more than thirty
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“Phrase thirty-one, confirmed as rejected,” said the console.
Now I am thirty-one, which is eighteen years of living beyond the doctor’s expectations.
William Rehnquist did not leave the Court until his death in 2005, thirty-one years after Richard Nixon left the White House.
Between 1909 and 1917, thirty-one states passed “red-light abatement” laws allowing courts to shut down buildings for “immoral purposes.”
The fact is, none of our economists think it makes any difference whether the budget deficit is thirty billion or thirty-one billion dollars on pure economics.
They all had “man trouble” of one kind or another—thirty-one days is a long time to spend at sea with few distractions.
At thirty-one, she was older than most of the other OSS girls and had been working toward her goal of “high adventure” since the war began.
At thirty-one, Julia was “a grown-up little girl.”
* Joy Homer never recovered, possibly due to complications from her diabetes, and she died a year later in the United States at the age of thirty-one.
The tens of billions killed by the Borg, including eleven thousand on Alonis, the entire crew of forty-seven aboard Cutlass, thirty-one on James T. Kirk, and nineteen on New York.
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