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  • n. The ordinal form of the number sixty-three, describing a person or thing in position number 63 of a sequence.
  • n. One of sixty-three equal parts of a whole.


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  • It was the first day of April 1933, the sixty-third birthday of the Paint twins.

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  • For example, the sixty-third volume of the Documents from the U.S. Espionage Den—which has the enticing title “U.S. Interventions in Iran,” part twelve—included such mundane events as a visit by the American chargé to the agriculture minister and a discussion of French business affairs in Iran.84

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  • Colorado hopes Bowlen is right, but only time will tell if Matt Cassel owes McDaniels a sixty-third of his new $63 million contract.

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  • Mansell had been complaining of stomach trouble, the result, he believed, of a BBC dinner celebrating Murray Walkers sixty-third birthday.

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  • Meanwhile Charlemagne had subdued the Saxons (785), had driven back the advancing Slavs (789), had defeated and dispersed the Avars (790-805), and had, in the thirty-fourth year of his reign and the sixty-third of his age, resigned himself to peace.

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  • I remember when I hit my sixty-third post in early 2004.

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  • Śāntaraká¹£ita offers his concise summation and definition of a conventional truth in the sixty-third and sixty forth stanzas of MA:


  • It was the sixty-third day when they came for him.

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  • According to genealogists, William was born the most British heir to the throne since King James I. If he succeeds Charles as king he will be the sixty-third monarch of England since Egbert of Wessex and the forty-fourth since the Norman Conquest of 1066.


  • A single woman in her sixty-third year, Patsy had never married.

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