39

ADJECTIVE
  1. being nine more than thirty
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How To Use 39 In A Sentence

  • It then possessed 39 aircraft, 52 seaplanes, and 7 airships.
  • copasetic" [used so nicely in "West L.A. Fadeaway"] -- and such stunts as dancing down Broadway in 1939 from Columbus Circle to 44th Street in celebration of his sixty-first birthday. The Annotated "Alabama Getaway"
  • By 1939, it had 30 British bakeries and introduced low-price tea biscuits, previously a luxury only afforded by the middle classes.
  • Upon the death of Charles, the third viscount without issue in 1739, the title of baronet devolved to Charles, elder son of Dr. William Graham, some time Dean of Carlisle, fourth son of Sir George, the second baronet; but it was not, we believe, for some years claimed, nor is any account of this family inserted in the baronetages of 1741 or 1773.
  • It was during the 1939-45 war, that the Royal Marines took on a commando role, linking the regiment to the Army Commandos that already existed.
  • For wear with battle dress beginning in 1939, tam o'shanters and balmorals were designated as field dress.
  • Research suggests early experimenters could have made the image decades before 1839, considered the year photography was born.
  • Margaret Eleanor Atwood (1939- ) is a prestigious contemporary Canadian woman writer, poet, and critic with international reputation and she is famous for her prolificacy and experimental techniques.
  • But what you gain in fashion you lose in function: Unlike the "callet," you have to pull the phone from the case to make a call, check a text or take a photo. $39 plus $20 shipping; porter.com The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • In 1939, the yardangs in southwestern Egypt were termed ‘mud-lions’ by British explorer Ralph Bagnold.
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