eighty-three

ADJECTIVE
  1. being three more than eighty
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How To Use eighty-three In A Sentence

  • The infant girl was immediately named Margarett Williams Sargent for her paternal grandmother, who was eighty-three and ailing.
  • Their ages range between fifty to eighty-three.
  • The 40,000 new communes, usually the same as the old parishes, served as the base for a nested hierarchy of cantons, districts, and eighty-three departments.
  • The infant girl was immediately named Margarett Williams Sargent for her paternal grandmother, who was eighty-three and ailing.
  • I don't wash my hands eighty-three times a day, brush my teeth for thirty-two minutes or floss with old fishingline if no string is available.
  • This eighty-three word encyclopaedia entry forms a point of departure for an exhibition exploring what might have been for Lillian Virginia, in the imaginations of six artists chosen by curator Davey Moor for their interest in fictitious narratives. The Life and Times of Lillian Virginia Mountweazel @ Monstert Truck Gallery from March 19th 2009
  • Eighty-three percent of every dollar in Medicaid is spent on chronic disease and 99 percent in Medicare. Kenneth Thorpe: Hold True to Health Care Reform Commitments to Fight Chronic Disease
  • Eighty-three percent of the parents of these children reported benefits, ranging from improved immune defenses, regression of diplopia, or improved blood values. Homeopathic Medicine: Europe's #1 Alternative for Doctors
  • They had survived what was, at least, a Pretty Big Onethe largest earthquake to strike northern California in eighty-three years.
  • Eighty-three percent of Chevrolets, General Motor's major brand, now have average or better scores in predicted reliability, up from 50 percent last year. Consumer Reports' 2010 Annual Car Reliability Survey: GM makes big strides, while Honda, Toyota dominate
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