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Synonyms for sixteenth

position 16 in a countable series of things

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one part in sixteen equal parts

coming next after the fifteenth in position

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Historians now believe beer was drunk in such quantities because of its nutritional value: a 16th century pint was 400 to 500 calories, compared to the modern 180 to 200 calories.
A portrait of English politician and poet Sir Thomas Wyatt is equally captivating, having been painted by one of the greatest portraitists of the 16th century, Hans Holbein the Younger.
Dr Susan Flavin, Lecturer in Early Modern History at Anglia Ruskin University, calculated that 16th century beer had a high calorific value, providing between 400-500 d r e, 00 calories per pint compared to 180-200 calories for modern bitter.
Caption: ROAD STOP--The 16th Century Zeinodin Caravanserai (above) has recently been renovated and is open for overnight stays.
Brass memorial of an Oba in Benin, Nigeria, 16th century.
Fragments of a silver devotional ring were found by Mark Lambert in April 2013 on land at St Athan, that is thought to be dated to the 15th or early 16th century.
Fragments of a silver devotional ring were found by Mark Lambert in April 2013 on land at St Athan, and are thought to be dated to the 15th or early 16th century.
There will also be demonstrations of spinning and weaving and a chance to see the recreated Tudor garden at the back of the cottage, which was where 16th century weaver John Croke used to live and work.
An elaborate sting operation, conducted by Cobrapost on 23 key people of the Ram Janambhoomi movement, claims that the fall of the disputed 16th century structure on December 6, 1992, was elaborately planned by various wings of the Sangh Parivar and executed with precision by trained volunteers.
The joint document acknowledges that in today's world most Christians live in the global South and thus "do not easily see the confessional conflicts of the 16th century as their own conflicts.
The first essay examines the conversations, exchanges, and conflicts between the courtly centers of power in the Deccan states of South Asia in the 16th century.
As he was the catalyst in the 16th century to better understand our world, so the European Earth observation programme gives us a thorough understanding of our changing planet, enabling concrete actions to improve the quality of life of the citizens," said Commissioner Antonio Tajani, who is responsible for space policy.
The exhibition includes icons, manuscripts, architectural fragments, silverware and ceramics to recount the island's history between the 4th century and the onset of Christianity, up until the 16th century, the onset of Ottoman Cyprus.
Summary: Thieves stole a rare 16th century Portuguese book estimated to be worth 18,500 euros ($25,500) at the world's biggest book fair here last month, police said Wednesday.
Summary: A Indian court has ruled that the site of a demolished 16th century mosque in the Ayodhya will be divided three ways.