Did you perhaps mean xi?
- adj. being one more than eighteen
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of eighteen and one
“Comp. ", xix," O quam præclare providentia ut illo die quo natus est Sol ... nasceretur Christus. ”
“I), less grave but yet serious sins, which he enumerates in "De Pud.", xix: "Sins of daily committal, to which we are all subject; to whom indeed does it not occur to be angry without cause and after the sun has set, or to give a blow, or easily to curse, or to swear rashly, or break a contract, or lie through shame or necessity?”
“Speakers of Cherokee say no-qui-si.xix And in West Greenlandic, an Eskimo-Aleut tongue, the word is ulluriaq.”
“Meaning “bench” or “long seat,” this native term was entirely devoid of any association with Roman coins or Italian mounds of real or theoretical silver and gold.xix Quite unlike the “workbench” that Mediterranean bankers adapted from Germanic languages to describe work surfaces for their money-changing operations, the Old English benc had potent Germanic associations.”
“But what Rosenbaum seems to have taken away most from his encounter with The Original of Laura is that on page xix of the book's front matter Dmitri Nabokov thanks ...”
“In addition to weight reduction, GM has been studied for its effects on constipation, serum cholesterol, (xvii) blood glucose, (xviii) blood pressure, (xix) and insulin resistance syndrome. (xx)”
“Well, BusinessWeek actually did an excellent story on this very topic earlier this year, [xix] and they found the REAL numbers right on Pfizer's own newspaper ad for Lipitor.”
“If you want to know if a pear is sweet, taste it, xix, 114”
“Introduction to Platina, On Right Pleasure, xix. back”
“There is some evidence, moreover (Andy Elfenbein tells me) that legend was sounded in Keats's day with a first long e; if so, leaf gets an echo, along with a pun on legion'd — a word Keats sounds in fantasy in The Eve of St. Agnes, where "legion'd fairies pac'd the coverlet" of Madeline's quiet sleep (xix).”
Looking for tweets for xix.