seventy-one

ADJECTIVE
  1. being one more than seventy
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How To Use seventy-one In A Sentence

  • The seventy-one-year-old steel cantilever span narrows down to two lanes as it crosses a channel that connects the Gulf to the Mississippi.
  • The combined German naval force for this attack was fifteen battleships, thirteen cruisers and seventy-one destroyers, whose principal task was to guard the larger ships against British submarines.
  • In nineteen seventy-one, she began coaching college sports. She became the women's athletics coordinator and women's basketball coach at Elon College in North Carolina.
  • Seventy-one vacant posts have not been filled following lengthy negotiations between the unions and city finance chiefs.
  • Seventy-one years old and his nicotine-clogged croaks still make his legions of fans want to jiggle the old pelvis.
  • Section forty-two of chapter seventy-one of the General Laws, as amended by chapter one hundred and twenty-three of the acts of nineteen hundred and thirty-four, is hereby further amended by inserting after the word "advisable" in the twenty-seventh line the following sentence: — In case a decrease in the number of pupils in the schools of a town renders advisable the dismissal of one or more teachers, a teacher who is serving at the discretion of a school com - mittee under section forty-one shall not be dismissed if there is a teacher not serving at discretion whose position the teacher serving at discretion is qualified to fill. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court
  • On the matter of finance, the treasurer reported a very good response to his drive to increase membership of the Chamber, and said there were now seventy-one fully paid-up members.
  • Seventy-one percent report that keeping in touch is easier, 53% report it improves communication, and 45% report that family relationships overall are improved with the Internet. Web Teacher › Norton Online Living Report for 2009
  • In New York State alone - where an aggressive restoration program operates - the number of fledged young rose from fifteen in 1990 to seventy-one in 2000.
  • A delay has resulted from a dropped jar of sweet gherkins, and an efficient seventy-one-year-old lanky shop boy with a mop striding purposefully—not hurriedly—toward the spill, worried that the tremulous woman who dropped the jar might tumble into the slipslop of glass and vinegar. Shock of Gray
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