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- adj. being one more than twenty
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty and one
“Some psalms, such as xxi, seem specially appropriate to the Passion.”
“Putting these parts back together, we learn that “star,” in the ancestral language, meant “the burner.”xxi”
“But only in English would words related to stop be used for the idea of coming to a standstill.xxi”
“And in spite of all this, deluxe is officially not recognized as a French word.xxi How can this be?”
“Titus Andronicus, xxi view of English language in plays of, 168–70”
“That bandeau. .was worn by every woman at court. a1847 MRS. SHERWOOD Lady of Manor III. xxi.”
“It is important to also cite Ernesto Galarza's book titled Barrio Boy where it states that "while the Civil Rights ear was - and still is - perceived as an effort for equal opportunity for blacks, a fundamental role was also played by Mexican Americans, Puerto Ricans, and Filipinos" Galarza, p. xxi.”
“Sir William Trumball [sic] whom Macaulay (chap. xxi) characterizes as “a learned civilian and an experienced diplomatist, of moderate opinions and of temper cautious to timidity” was appointed Secretary of State in 1691 and resigned in 1697 to make way for a more zealous partisan.”
“The trial by the drugs 'makers, which studied whether Zetia could reduce the growth of plaques, found that plaques grew nearly twice as fast in patients taking Zetia along with Zocor (Vytorin) than in those taking Zocor alone. [xxi]”
“Framed in this way, embracing national resilience “can engender widespread public support.” (p. xxi-iv)”
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