- adj. being three more than twenty
- n. the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-two and one
“Moses having gone into the thick darkness, where God was, God there spoke in his hearing only, privately and without terror, all that follows hence to the end of ch. xxiii, which is mostly an exposition of the ten commandments; and he was to transmit it by word of mouth first, and afterwards in writing, to the people.”
“The fries may be “french,” but the platter is international.xxiii”
“Farmer's Boy, 2nd ed. (London, 1800), pp. xxiii – xxiv BACK”
“With the Second World War, Churchill “pulled himself back from humiliating [electoral] defeat in 1945, using all his skills as a writer and politician to make his fortune, secure his reputation, and win a second term in Downing Street” (Reynolds, xxiii).”
“A survey of South Carolina adults found no correlation of blood cholesterol levels with "bad" dietary habits, such as use of red meat, animal fats, fried foods, butter, eggs, whole milk, bacon, sausage and cheese. [xxiii]”
“Cicero notes: "Oratory is an art [like architecture] in the loose sense that its successes can be codified and taught; but the chief virtue of the orator is inborn, ingenium, from which sharpness of mind arise sharpness in invention, richness in exposition and ornament, firm and long-lasting memory" (Cicero De oratore 1. xxiii; Summers, Judgment of Sense, 130n14).”
“[1781 – 1816] "The Narrative of Richard Troughton," F. Madden (ed.), Archaeologia, xxiii, (1831)”
“If you don't have your missal to hand, it was Matthew 8: xxiii-xxvii:”
“A Jewish feminist method must “mirror the fluid boundaries that exist among theology, halakhah and ethics, liturgy, and textual exegesis,” drawing on the materials of tradition and at the same time challenging gender injustice (1998, xix, xxii-xxiii).”
“When compared with much of historical Christianity we find that within historical Judaism women have been much more powerfully constrained to occupy one and only one position entirely, namely that of wife and mother (Boyarin 1997, xxii – xxiii and passim).”
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