1. being four more than thirty
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  • A little less time spent on spectacle in this two-hour-and-thirty-four-minute film might have allowed for a clearer definition of Wilson's historic battle for the League.
  • Here I am thirty-four years old, and yet my life is almost wholly unexpanded. Rob Kall: Living in and Falling Out of The Vein of Gold
  • 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
  • Fifth Avenue and Thirty-fourth Street is likely to be known and referred to as the Knickerbocker Trust for a long time to come. Fifth Avenue
  • The thirty-four-year-old general assumed command of all the troops in the Washington area only six days after Bull Run.
  • In a seventy-year period, there were three separate colonization attempts—one making for B Hydri, one for twenty-two Ophiuchi, and one heading for three thirty-four Scorpii. INTELLIVORE
  • He remembered when he brought her first to Worsted Skeynes thirty-four years ago, "That timid, and like a rose, but a lady every hinch, the love!" as his old nurse had said. Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works
  • It was a peripteral octostyle, of the Doric order, with seventeen columns on the sides, each six feet two inches in diameter at the base, and thirty-four feet in height, elevated on three steps. The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852
  • The British Galleries occupy about thirty-four hundred square meters of space on two floors.
  • But the battle really ended on March 25, D-plus-thirty-four, when the last enemy stronghold was taken in a place called Death Valley. The Story of World War II
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