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  • n. The ordinal form of the number ninety-four, describing a person or thing in position number 94 of a sequence.
  • n. One of ninety-four equal parts of a whole.


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  • She lived in London with her sister Doris, continuing to work until just a few months before her death, on December 2, 2004, in Bath, England, one day after her ninety-fourth birthday.

    Alicia Markova.

  • Isocrates in his ninety-fourth year wrote a most noble work.

    The Love of Books : The Philobiblon of Richard de Bury

  • Above all else, I thank my family: my mother Cecilia Welsh Shrum and my father Clarence Shrum, who has lived into his ninety-fourth year.

    No Excuses

  • The Right Reverend Cuthbert Helmsdale, D.D., ninety-fourth occupant of the episcopal throne of the diocese, revealed himself to be a personage of dark complexion, whose darkness was thrown still further into prominence by the lawn protuberances that now rose upon his two shoulders like the Eastern and Western hemispheres.

    Two on a Tower

  • But when he called the ninety-fourth Flying Training Squadron, the glider squadron she commanded, a major confirmed he was too late; Laura had just departed on a training flight with a cadet.

    The Shattered Blue Line

  • Gabriel was despatched to him with that short chapter of the Koran, which we call the ninety-fourth, beginning with the words

    Travels in Arabia

  • The seller was a British aristocrat — Spencer Douglas David Compton, Marquess of Northampton, who was then listed as the ninety-fourth richest man in England.

    The Curse of the Sevso Silver

  • Looking backwards in time from Dario Fo, the ninety-fourth laureate for literature, to earlier writers given the award, it is tempting to arrest oneself at George Bernard Shaw, winner of the Prize seventy years ago.

    The Nobel Prize in Literature 1997 - Presentation Speech

  • He was equally as near the truth in saying his father was ninety-four when he should have said he was in his ninety-fourth year.

    The Violin Its Famous Makers and Their Imitators

  • He passed his ninety-fourth birthday on Christmas-day last.

    The New England Magazine Volume 1, No. 3, March, 1886 Bay State Monthly Volume 4, No. 3, March, 1886


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