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- adj. Abbreviation of thousandth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. coming next after the nine hundred ninety-ninth in a series.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. the ordinal number of one thousand in counting order
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The Austrian student has been identified as the 1000th doctoral student currently enrolled - the first time the University has reached the milestone.
If every person on earth had as much money as Bill Gates, that total wealth would still only be 1/1000th of the amount requested.
Rod Blagojevich didn't do 1/1000th of the pay to play that Obama and the Democrats are now deeply, and more than likely illegally, involved in.
I don't want to hear for the 1000th time that if I like my current plan I can keep it.
Thomas Edison created the light bulb after 1000th tries.
In related chart history news, Lady Gaga's new song "Born This Way" became the Billboard Hot 100's 1000th No. 1 song.
For the 1000th time in my adult life, I'm ashamed to be a resident of Massachusetts.
And it's hard for me to believe that the 1000th plant wouldn't be a lot cheaper and better than the first one (at least if we got the incentives right).
I told myself that if I could ever write something that would give someone 1/1000th the pleasure that Heller gave me, I'd be proud.
Look at it this way: the current PC on our desktops is probably 1/1000th of the capability of the human mind.