Definitions

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  • adj. the ordinal number of forty-four in counting order

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Examples

  • First of all, he calls his 44th and latest novel "Djibouti" just because he loves the sound of that name.

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  • Bloomberg called the 44th CD special election for March 23. having a chat with Assembylman Sheldon Silver, who is close to another contender, Joe Lazar.

    NY Daily News

  • The 44th is a perfect symbol of Democratic ascendancy in recent electoral cycles.

    Sound Politics

  • The 43rd president said the 44th was a "better speechmaker than me" before struggling to describe how Mr Obama will feel when he enters the Oval Office.

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  • After Barack Obama convincingly won the right to be called the 44th President of the United States, supporters here in America and around the world celebrated the actual opportunity for a new direction.

    The Young Turks

  • We are been ridiculed outside the country on how some segment of our population is sounding and acting strange/insane since the election of Barack Obama as the 44th president of the USA.

    Poll: Dodd on the rebound?

  • I've given nearly two dozen speeches across the country since Barack Obama was elected the 44th president of the United States.

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: July 24, 2009

  • The only difference between the 44th President and all the others is his color.

    Gibbs shoots down 'birthers'

  • That means our 44th President has done what the previous 43 Presidents did not do.

    Obama's stimulus plan 'has had some effect,' says McCain

  • By contrast, the five states barring teacher unions rank at the bottom of the pack: South Carolina dead last at 50th; North Carolina, second last at 49th; Georgia third from last at 47th; Texas fourth from last at 47th, and Virginia ever so slightly better at 44th.

    Leo W. Gerard: In a Democracy, Freedom of Assembly Trumps "Free Enterprise"

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