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  • I don't think religion or church occupied any more of my life after about age 7 until I was in my thirties and having my own kids, at which point I saw to their three Presbyterian baptisms and our fourth's Catholic baptism -- a gift to my Brooklyn Italian mother-in-law.

    Vicki Iovine: Girlfriends' Guide: We've Forgotten How To Mourn

  • "Into the Stretch" - by Charles L. Riccillo November fourth's closing in so rapidly that political ads are growing yet more strident, and the two parties are exchanging blows like boxers from respective corners.

    "A Race to the Finish"

  • In the last five-year review conference at the United Nations in 2005, only Israel, India, Pakistan, and North Korea were not participating - the first three have nuclear arsenals that are advanced, and the fourth's is embryonic.

    Nuclear Steps Undermine Peace

  • Three flashed an upright Peace sign, but the fourth's 'V' had been turned on it's side.

    From Jerusalem to Gaza

  • Two frigates and a heavy cruiser; the fourth's a scout, and she's falling behind.

    Proud Helios

  • The fourth's the guy who inducted the others, the controller of the cell and the main link to the Soviets.

    Noble House

  • The third dropped without firing, and the fourth's shot went wild.

    Police Your Planet

  • Four eggs, two even cups of sugar, three-fourth's cup _hot_ water, one and three fourth's cups of flour, even measure, two teaspoonfuls baking powder, salt, flavor with lemon.

    My Pet Recipes, Tried and True Contributed by the Ladies and Friends of St. Andrew's Church, Quebec

  • His name was Amferes, the fourth's Eutoctenes, the seventh's Alusipo, the eighth's Mestores, the ninth's Azaen, the tenth's Diaprepem.

    History of the Incas

  • Thorkell was the name of the third son of Sigfus; the fourth's name was Mord; the fifth's Lambi; the sixth's Sigmund; the seventh's Sigurd.

    The Story of Burnt Njal: the great Icelandic tribune, jurist, and counsellor

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