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Synonyms for tenth

position ten in a countable series of things

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coming next after the ninth and just before the eleventh in position


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The Tenth Avenue Jazz Band have no fixed musical policy.
The view that a more positive construct of eunuchs evolved by the tenth century (or eighth, or ninth: confusingly the date given varies) is also debatable.
I would give a tenth of the interest every year towards basic research and nine-tenths toward applied research.
Peter Middleton, of North Shields Poly, a former English Schools Intermediate champion, broke the record by a tenth of a second each time when winning his heat and final of the Senior Mens' Hurdles.
Challenged as an appropriate reading for an Oakland, Calif., high ,school honors class (1984) for "sexual and ,social explicitness" and "troubling ideas about race relations, man's relationship to God, African history, and human sexuality." Banned in the Souderton, Pa., Area School District (1992) as appropriate reading for tenth graders because it was considered "smut."
More specifically, the Tenth Amendment endows the people with the right to choose and define their local government.
Mempo Giardinelli's The Tenth Circle is a fast-paced survey of an adulterous couple's fall.
If there are no claims with the exact match, all claimants with a reference within a tenth of a second either side of the official time will be eligible for the draw.
The modesty of the short stretch of West Twenty-first Street near Tenth Avenue was well matched by the artist's straightforward presentation, which, despite the relatively sophisticated electronic gadgetry, downplayed technical wizardry in favor of a slow process of immersion into the local ambience.
Elizabeth Boyles, founding member of the Tenth Mountain Division Hut Association (TMDHA), argues that huts actually help preserve the backcountry.
The Tenth British Academic Conference in Otolaryngology
"It was one of those medieval pilgrimages that was nine tenths vacation and one tenth pilgrimage," Merton wrote.
Of course, for competitive runners, every tenth of a second shaved from their finish times is of no small significance.
Du Bois believed that class allowed a true and real division within the race (signaled by his imagining a "talented tenth" and by his dividing black consciousness into an "American" self and an "African" self), whereas Hughes neither recognized nor admitted any such class division.
[ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 6 OMITTED] Still, by combining half squares, the students are able to determine that 1/8 is about 12 1/2 little squares, or hundredths, or, by referring back to the cheese slicing, 1 tenth, 2 hundredths, and 5 thousandths, which is 125/1000, or 0.125.