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  • It was the first time that he flexed his muscles on the international front, taking what afterward he was to call his gravest risk—the forty-eight hours that were “the most nerve-racking in my life.” The Prize
  • Queen's bargemaster and her forty-eight watermen -- honorary servants for many a day -- twelve carriages with her Majesty's suite, a squadron of Life Life of Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen — Volume 1
  • The first rank of the enomoty was composed of four soldiers: as to the depth, although they had not been all drawn up alike, but as each captain chose, they were generally ranged eight deep; the first rank along the whole line, exclusive of the sciritae, consisted of four hundred and forty-eight men. THE LANDMARK THUCYDIDES
  • According to these orders, Robinson supplied fifty mortise locks, thirty-six pairs of octagonal glass knobs, twelve plain knob sets, and forty-eight escutcheons.
  • Hitler sends the entire Forty-eighth Panzer Corps to chop off Patton's neck after the breakout. BLACKWATER SOUND
  • The parts are immediately covered with aseptic absorbent cotton and this dressing is left in position for forty-eight hours and if perchance there is evidence of synovial discharge, the parts are again aseptically dressed in order to prevent infection of the articulation. Lameness of the Horse Veterinary Practitioners' Series, No. 1
  • After just forty-eight seconds of action, Sammartino used his Italian backbreaker to force Rogers into submission, thus ending the first-ever WWE Championship reign. WWE Championship
  • In fact, no company has pursued the leadership strategy more aggressively than Siebel, founded a decade ago by ex-Oracle supersalesman Tom Siebel, now forty-eight. THE NEW MARKET LEADERS
  • Well it's forty-eight hours on, and Lisa and I have successfully settled into our new life and formed a love triangle with a white-haired old duffer called Oscar.
  • Gave me three answers he did; first that 'twas forty-eight, then that 'twas eighty-four and then that he'd forgot what 'twas. Shavings
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