1. being two more than thirty
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How To Use thirty-two In A Sentence

  • Far from ailing, and after thirty-two years and countless album releases, he's still going strong and thankfully shows no signs of slowing down.
  • William Nash of the town of Westerly, State of Rhode Island, who so gallantly volunteered to man the life-boat and a fishing boat, and saved the lives of thirty-two persons from the wreck of the steamer "Metis," on the waters of Long Island Sound, on the thirty-first day of August, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two. The Medallic History of the United States of America 1776-1876
  • It's taken me nearly thirty-two years, but I think that I have finally come to truly appreciate the peculiarly British (minus Scottish) institution that is the Bank Holiday.
  • Thirty-two years after seeing Garlits run 200 with a supercharged nitro-burning dragster, Rossi's carbureted, gas-burning A / Altered ran 200 at Maryland's Cecil County Dragway in 1996.
  • Cf the printing terms 32mo (thirty-twomo) & 64mo (sixty-fourmo). On twoth
  • It emerged with a headline in thirty-two-point sans serif: 2.2.2.
  • The latter (Fig. 17) comprise four incisors, two canines, four small grinders, called premolars or false molars, and six large grinders, or true molars, in each jaw — making thirty-two in all. Essays
  • Number thirty-two had lain empty for over a year, and its unlocked garage acted as our unofficial gang headquarters for dirty deeds and general hiding from parents.
  • She was thirty-two, an editor with a distinguished publishing house, married to an investigative journalist.
  • Bidding the negative 2 Diamonds response enables your partner to go some way towards knowing if there are thirty-two points in your combined hands.
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