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  • noun A Roman numeral representing the number twenty six (26).

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Examples

  • Yesterday the House voted -- overwhelmingly -- to suspend the rules and pass Tom Harkin's bill to amend title XXVI of the Public Health Service Act to revise and extend the program for providing life-saving care for those with HIV/AIDS (the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Treatment Extension Act of 2009).

    DownWithTyranny!

  • The Time Court of His Imperial Majesty Harold XXVI is adjourned.

    365 tomorrows » 2007 » June : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • Law Number XXVI: If a sufficient number of management layers are superimposed on each other, it can be assured that disaster is not left to chance.

    Augustine's Laws - and Ares 1 - NASA Watch

  • The Redskins would go on to win Super Bowl XXVI, 37-24 against the Buffalo Bills for their third Lombardi Trophy.

    The best of the best

  • Felix et errabunda XXVI divine mercy in its many manifestations hearing the Strokes (as opposed to, say, Céline Dion) at Duane Reade still more downward motion on the scale that people are noticing said downward motion something that puts a spring in my step

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Mark Rypien has a ring for Super Bowl XXVI not because of his stellar career, rather for the dominating team there's that word again engineered by Joe Gibbs.

    Ed Berliner: Winning the Super Bowl Does Not Define Greatness

  • It will appear in the Writers of the Future XXVI anthology in August 2010.

    Ideas ripe from the news

  • "Curve XXVI" and "Curve XXVII" (both 1982, and topping out well above the official height of a basketball rim), are slabs of red oak, while the slightly shorter "Curve XLII" and "Curve XLIII" (both 1984) have been fashioned, respectively, from zebrawood and African sapele.

    Beautiful, Quiet and Spare

  • Felix et errabunda XXVI divine mercy in its many manifestations hearing the Strokes (as opposed to, say, Céline Dion) at Duane Reade still more downward motion on the scale that people are noticing said downward motion something that puts a spring in my step

    Felix et errabunda XXVI

  • We, however, are interested only in essay number XXVI: "For The Too Fat", which resides discreetly between XXV, "For The Too Thin", and XXVII, "Sunday Supper" (yes, such is the book's design, no one need know you have dietary advice in the house).

    How can I lose weight when I like eating?

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