twenty-second


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coming next after the twenty-first in position

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Fairlie's room--called to him as harshly as possible, "Laura consents to the twenty-second"--and dashed out again without waiting for a word of answer.
The woman, Nehmes Bastet, was a singer for the supreme deity Amon Ra during the Twenty-Second Dynasty (945-712 BC), according to an inscription on a wooden plaque found in the tomb.
125 South Twenty-Second Street, Philadelphia, PN 19103-4399
Last June, Ohio had its twenty-second Annual All-Ohio Piano Ensemble, and the event honored Ohio composer Robert Vandall, NCTM, with an "all Vandall program." Thirty-two students performed solo Vandall pieces with Robert and Karen Vandall, NCTM, in the audience during a Saturday evening recital, and 155 students performed in piano ensembles on Sunday afternoon.
The Casa is the twenty-second multi-family condominium building designed by Scarano & Associates Architects in the Williamsburg area within the past two years and Scarano's Eugene Dubretsky is the design architect for the project.
The Twenty-Second Annual Symposium on Medical Problems of Musicians and Dancers will take place June 24-27, 2005, at the Wheeler Opera House in Aspen, Colorado.