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Synonyms for twenty-one

the cardinal number that is the sum of twenty and one

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a gambling game using cards

being one more than twenty

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This book collects the personal narratives of twenty-one Canadian Muslim women in order to challenge prevailing stereotypes about what it means to be a Muslim woman in the twenty-first century.
The City of Edmond recently purchased twenty-one acres of land directly north of its existing cemetery, Gracelawn Cemetery.
Thursday 29 May 2014, around sixty women from twenty-one countries gathered in front of Massachusetts State House and asked solidarity for Nigerian girls.
ISLAMABAD, June 21 (KUNA) - A bomb explosion Thursday evening in Pakistan's northern city of Peshawar killed at least two persons and wounded twenty-one others including women and children, said police.
This collection of twenty-one essays on international human rights law examines the relevance of the laws of war in twenty-first century conflicts and explores the effects of the war on terrorism, sectarian and regional conflicts, and asymmetric warfare on traditional norms and standards.
Summary: Hanyuan, Sichuan, July 27, 2010, SPA -- Twenty-one villagers are missing after a landslide flattened a village in southwest China&'s Sichuan Province Tuesday morning, the latest in a series of rain-triggered disasters across the country.
Charles Lwanga and twenty-one other Catholic young men, including seventeen court pages between the ages of 13 and 30, plus some Anglicans, were martyred in 1886 by King Mwanga, a homosexual who preyed on the boys of his court.
Holberg (Associate Professor of English at Calvin College and founding co-editor of the journal Pedagogy), Shouts And Whispers: Twenty-One Writers Speak About Their Writing And Their Faith is an informative collection of contributions and commentaries from twenty-one well-known writers and successful authors.
However, in all the twenty-one nations studied, including the United States, Castles considers the welfare future to be subject to intervention through specific social policies rather than the inexorable laws of economics.
Twenty-one candid photographs catch Polisi with distinguished world leaders, musicians, actors and dancers over the span of 20 years.
The Dunn and Dunn model proposed that there were twenty-one elements involved in one's learning style divided into environmental, emotional, sociological, physical, and psychological stimuli.
Notwithstanding the colossal statistics associated with The Gates's equipment, the project's two most potent numbers were arguably twenty-six and twenty-one: the twenty-six years Christo and Jeanne-Claude waited to win the city's approval and the estimated twenty-one million dollars of their own money they reportedly spent on the project's execution.
Noam Bahat, age twenty-one, and Shimri Tzameret, age twenty, citizens of Israel, thought about it constantly as teenagers.
The court meted out harsh penalties to the twenty-one slaves it found guilty.