1. being nine more than fifty
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How To Use fifty-nine In A Sentence

  • At fifty-nine, he was mostly bald, though a few white tufts of hair grew right behind his ears.
  • Fifty-nine Republicans in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted against the deal. Many were elected last November with support from the conservative Tea Party coalition.
  • The complexity and confusion of the Treaties (thirteen protocols and fifty-nine declarations were annexed to the Amsterdam Final Act) must be partly attributed to the way in which they are negotiated.
  • Any lawful tender of payment to and ser - vice of process upon such agent or attorney shall be deemed sufiicient tender to or service upon the purchaser or holder of such real estate; and if upon reasonable search such purchaser, holder, agent or attorney cannot be found at the place described as hereinbefore provided, or being found neglects or refuses to release such estate upon the terms and in the manner provided by law, or if such holder or purchaser neglects to file a certificate as required by the preceding section, such real estate may be redeemed in the manner provided in sections fifty - eight and fifty-nine. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • Fifty-nine patients (51\%) underwent parathyroidectomy and 57 patients were followed up without surgery. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism Current Issue
  • It was intimidating being in the presence of princes and princesses, even though they ranged from Sasha's seventeen to Alois' fifty-nine.
  • Evidently Severn enjoyed the taste for he kept more of Brown's letters than any other correspondent's (fifty-nine), preserving the earliest, dated January 15, 1821, for nearly sixty years. 2 Only Gladstone, with thirty letters, appears to have been as important a fixture in Severn's personal archive. New Letters from Charles Brown to Joseph Severn
  • He owned eight paintings and fourteen drawings, nine etchings on Japanese paper, fifty-nine separate proofs and an almost complete set of his prints.
  • Of those aged fifty to fifty-nine, 39 per cent agreed, and 40 per cent of those over sixty.
  • Fifty-nine percent overexert, meaning that they sometimes will try and keep up with their kids, try and do activities that they probably have no business doing. CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2004
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