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- n. The ordinal form of the number thirty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 33 of a sequence.
- n. One of thirty-three equal parts of a whole.
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- adj. the ordinal number of thirty-three in counting order
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River Bend 1, in St. Francisville, La. north of Baton Rouge, ranked thirty-third on the list, with a 1 in 40,000 chance of quake damage yearly.
His fever raged on, the pain increased, and soon even Alexander—just short of his thirty-third birthday—knew that the end was near.
Among thirty-four Western countries surveyed for the acceptance of evolution, the United States ranked a dismal thirty-third, just above Turkey.
The site serves over twenty billion page views per month, ranking thirty-third overall among web sites worldwide and seventh overall among web sites in the United States.
[The Onion] • For my part, I'm just glad that I haven't had to write a thirty-third post on how stupid the 'gas-tax holiday' was.
A Dark Matter is also about the power and limitations of storytelling—indeed, a magical demon with the silly name Doity Toid for dirty turd, not thirty-third even explains this by writing on a chalkboard within the mind of a young killer.
In a doubleheader in Cincinnati, before he went home, he had five hits, including his thirty-third home run.
These noblemen some time after settled them, the latter in the wood of Aylesford, near Rochester in Kent, the former in the forest of Holme, near Alnewick in Northumberland; which houses continued the two most famous convents of this order in England till their dissolution in the thirty-third year of the reign of Henry VIII.
The local news had reported an unusual number of rapes the previous year in Truman Village, a small town in north Missouri that was named after the thirty-third president of the United States, the first and last person on earth to order the use of nuclear weapons against human beings.
On May 8, 1945, writing to his mother and sister, the thirty-third president described his first few weeks in the new job: Things have moved at a terrific rate here since April 12.
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