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- noun The
cardinal numberimmediately following twenty-sixand preceding twenty-eight.
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- adjective being seven more than twenty
- noun the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty-six and one
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Soon after moving to Denver in 1876, she purchased a three-story mansion with twenty-seven rooms, then outfitted it with the finest furnishings available.
There have been only twenty-seven amendments to the Constitution since 1787 and only seventeen since the Bill of Rights was adopted in 1791.
Badenhorst, Cas, survived camp attack: details awaited from family Jul twenty-seven 2009. 20050728
Rafael La Porta and colleagues studied twenty-seven of the richest countries and found that in Argentina, Hong Kong, Belgium, Greece, Israel, and Mexico, single families or individuals were controlling shareholders in at least half of the twenty largest publicly traded firms.
Badenhorst, Cas, survived stay attack: details awaited from family July twenty-seven 2009. 20050728
According to Bain & Company, a important commercial operation consulting firm, twenty-seven retailers went broke in 2008 followed by 18 compartment Nov in 2009.
This cook had passed the typhoid bacteria to twenty-seven victims, two of whom died.
He shook his head, preparing himself to hear the arguments of twenty-seven representatives of various interest groups or corporations, as well as presentations by some of the lawyers for various parties, lawyers who filled every place in two long tables before him.
We now know how many “some” is: twenty-seven per cent.
He invites subjects to sit down at a desk and answer a list of twenty-seven questions about their outlook on life.