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- n. The ordinal form of the number thirty-seven, describing a person or thing in position number 37 of a sequence.
- n. One of thirty-seven equal parts of a whole.
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- adj. the ordinal number of thirty-seven in counting order
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On the one hundred thirty-seventh floor, a hawk spreads its wings and lunges for the sky.
Of the forty-six countries for which data were available, Russia had only the thirty-seventh highest rate of victimization by burglary, the twenty-third highest for theft of personal property, and the twenty-fourth highest for assault with force.
Oh lordy, I am going to be staining trim until my thirty-seventh birthday -- at which point, coincidentally, I will be un-grounded from all the smartass remarks I made as a child that made my mother say, "All right for you, kid, you're grounded until you're thirty-seven," so that'll be a good milestone, un-grounded and done with staining the trim.
Series: this is the thirty-seventh Nebula Showcase
This is my thirty-seventh year, so with the season, end of the season after the eleventh game, I will have broken his mark.
In the fourth inning, with Bobby Richardson on second base, Roger hammered his thirty-seventh home run to right field.
The U.S. spends the most money on health care of any country on earth—yet ranks toward the bottom of developed nations on quality of care, and thirty-seventh among all nations, on par with Serbia.
Most caregivers follow the GBS detection and treatment guidelines developed by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control CDC in 2008,2 which recommends screening a pregnant woman between the thirty-fifth and thirty-seventh weeks by swabbing her vagina and anus and having the secretions cultured in a laboratory.
Most normal, healthy births occur after the thirty-seventh week of pregnancy but before the forty-second week.
• Preterm labor labor that begins before the thirty-seventh week
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