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  • So far, sixteen Prizes out of thirtynine have been shared, which is somewhat less frequent than in the natural sciences during the last three decades.

    The Sveriges Riksbank Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel 1969-2006

  • Michael, who has formerly debauched Anita, dispen-ses her from yielding to Honuphrius who pretends publicly to possess his conjunct in thirtynine several manners (turpiter! affirm ex cathedris Gerontes Cambronses) for camal hygiene whenever he has rendered himself impotent to consummate by subdolence.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Since then the cheque, a good washable pink, em-bossed D you D No 11 hundred and thirty 2, good for the figure and face, had been circulating in the country for over thirtynine years among holders of Pango stock, a rival concern, though not one demonetised farthing had ever spun or fluctuated across the counter in the semblance of hard coin or liquid cash.

    Finnegans Wake

  • The thirtynine-year-old intelligence head only needed two things to make him happy.

    Mission Of Honor

  • Captivity; there is an unmistakable difference between the style of these twentyseven chapters and that of the "First Isaias"; moreover, the theological ideas of xl-lxvi show a decided advance on those found in the first thirtynine chapters.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • After a period of strong economic growth-with incomes jumping by thirty percent, and a thirtynine percent growth of GDP between 2003 and 2008-the global recession has hurt our efforts to keep up that pace.

    All American Patriots: Politics, economy, health, environment, energy and technology - Dispatches from the depths of U.S. government

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