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  • noun The cardinal number immediately following eighty-one and preceding eighty-three.

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  • adjective being two more than eighty

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Examples

  • When Congressman Henry Waxman put it to the former Fed chairman, now eighty-two, that you found that your view of the world, your ideology, was not right.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • I am eighty-two, and at eighty-two, you learn to listen very attentively to the sisters about health care, and they tell me the new health care law does not provide federal funds for abortion.

    Did Pope Benedict bless Speaker John Boehner?

  • After eighty-two nights, Phil Rosenthal advised Oprah in the Chicago Sun-Times: This is a call you have to make ....

    Kitty Kelley: What's Behind the Oprah/Letterman Feud?

  • At eighty-two, Mum can still provide her children, grandchildren, and new great-granddaughter with occasional glimpses of that awestruck little girl, as well as the collaborative authoress of ridiculous radio dramas.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • After eighty-two nights, Phil Rosenthal advised Oprah in the Chicago Sun-Times: This is a call you have to make ....

    Kitty Kelley: What's Behind the Oprah/Letterman Feud?

  • At eighty-two, Noah Graham was sort of the Robert Redford of the Alaskan werewolf community.

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • Three thousan ', seven hundred an' eighty-two miles -- all for the sake of two hundred feet of pipe.

    CHAPTER XX

  • When Congressman Henry Waxman put it to the former Fed chairman, now eighty-two, that you found that your view of the world, your ideology, was not right.

    Zero-Sum Future

  • North Korea is estimated to have eighty-two pounds of bomb-grade plutonium.

    How the End Begins

  • After eighty-two nights, Phil Rosenthal advised Oprah in the Chicago Sun-Times: This is a call you have to make ....

    Kitty Kelley: What's Behind the Oprah/Letterman Feud?

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