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- proper noun informal, with the The
- proper noun informal, with the, by extension The right not to give self-incriminating testimony.
- proper noun Fifth Avenue.
- proper noun Fifth Street.
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It then goes on to the Eighth Book (which it calls the Fifth), but omits the first five letters.
Also UPC's Austria's introduction of what we call the Fifth Bundle or the triple play bundle, helped reduce data [inaudible] to the lowest level of the year and has driven record voice growth.
We have, as so often in Fifth Doctor novels, a rather good Nyssa storyline as she goes off investigating with dire consequences; Tegan is less well served.
And 230 Fifth is handing out red fleece robes and blankets to customers on the rooftop.
The Fifth is about private property, of which real property is a subset as is money, etc.
For example - Beethoven's Fifth is "classical" or "romantic" and so is Mahlers 'First Symphony.
Tuck appeared in Fifth District Court Monday for that charge but was not released or given a bail amount.
Fifth is the invisible bureaucracy (which is also impenetrable).
Ltd. of London and sold in Fifth Avenue shops in New York.
I highly recommend it -- Laughter's Fifth is easily one of their best and most focused efforts.