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- adj. Abbreviation of tenth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. coming next after the ninth in a series.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. coming next after the ninth and just before the eleventh in position
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(Me, I cling to the tradition that the 10th is the Tin Anniversary, but whatever, the pictures are still pretty.)
Did villagers in 10th Century France understand that they were in a dark age?
I was a former competitor and came in 10th place, but it was a great experience.
Entering Wednesday night's game against Montreal, Buffalo is in 10th place in the Eastern Conference, two points behind ninth-place Carolina and three points behind Pittsburgh, which currently holds the eighth and final playoff spot.
In early March 2007, a local pastor challenged Whale Talk by Chris Crutcher, which was being read in 10th grade English classes at Missouri Valley (Iowa) High School on grounds of “objectionable language.”
"We were in 10th or 11th place, and we went on a five-game road trip," Scuderi said.
According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, U.S. students in 10th grade rank 28th in math and 22nd in science, out of a total of 39 countries (PDF).
"When I was traded to Pittsburgh, the Pens were in 10th and I was in 30th (with the Islanders)," said Crosby's linemate, Bill Guerin who came to Pittsburgh at the trade deadline.
But Earnhardt, who restarted the final sprint in 10th place, was slicing his way through the field.
Lance Armstrong finished the prologue of the Tour of California in 10th place.