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- adj. Abbreviation of fifth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. coming next after the fourth in a series.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. coming next after the fourth and just before the sixth in position
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Conner said his "time as Legion 6 has been all too brief," referring to the title 5th Group soldiers give to their commander.
To minimize both standby as well as high performance power consumption, NVIDIA added what it calls a 5th "stealth" core to Kal-El.
No Child Left behind was a JOKE - I know a 15 year old that cannot Cursive write, has trouble with spelling, vocabulary that he should have learned back in 5th grade in North Carolina.
A troll as stupid as SR has to know his limitations and he certainly recognizes 5th is FAR above his practically non existant mental faculties
They are in 5th grade but read on a 1st grade level.
No one knows exactly what languages/dialects were spoken in 5th century Britain.
Oh, he also constantly has this confused expression on his face, like he has to solve a math problem in 5th grade in front of the whole class and he can't figure out the solution.
My personal best king was 32, and that was when I was in 5th grade in the mid '90s ...
Why do we push our kids into pre-algebra and algebra in 5th and 6th grade, when we adults can't manage basic addition and subtraction?
This is as bad as when I got suspended in 5th grade for having bullets at school, no gun just a couple of. 22's that were in the pocket of my coat from the weekend!