fourteen

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the cardinal number that is the sum of thirteen and one

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being one more than thirteen

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On the morning of the fourteenth of June (the day in which I first visited the ship), the lady suddenly sickened and died.
Archibald finally took the hole in twelve after Gossett had played his fourteenth.
Archer handed the note to his senior partner, and a few minutes later was crawling northward in a crowded horse-car, which he exchanged at Fourteenth Street for one of the high staggering omnibuses of the Fifth Avenue line.
The cross marks the spot where a celebrated troubadour was waylaid and murdered in the fourteenth century.
Ferguson in that vast region comprised between the fourteenth and thirty-third degrees of east longitude.
An archbishop's palace has just been demolished, an edifice in poor taste, no great harm is done; but in a block with the archiepiscopal palace a bishop's palace has been demolished, a rare fragment of the fourteenth century, which the demolishing architect could not distinguish from the rest.
The Spaniards, through the Catholic clergy, offer praise to God for their victory over the French on the fourteenth of June, and the French, also through the Catholic clergy, offer praise because on that same fourteenth of June they defeated the Spaniards.
Not in batches are boys now sent to college; the half-dozen a year have dwindled to one, doubtless because in these days they can begin to draw wages as they step out of their fourteenth year.
Or, better, meet me at Fourteenth and Broadway at two o'clock.
fourteenth century a ghoul was cornered in the crypt of the cathedral
And that was Rose's little prayer on the night of her fourteenth birthday.
This was promptly declared unconstitutional by the Luzerne County Court, on the ground that it violated the Fourteenth Amendment in that it discriminated between individuals of the same class--namely, children above fourteen years of age and children below.
This Red Book belongs to the fourteenth century, but many of the stories are far far older, having, it is thought, been told in some form or other for hundreds of years before they were written down at all.
Anne had made her escape from Windygates on the occasion of the lawn-party--that is to say, on the fourteenth of August.
But from then till the fourteenth he put up the gamest exhibition of his career.
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