In his fifty-third sermon, the dimensions of matter have astonishing properties.
It was the seven hundred and fifty-third year since the founding of Rome.
The poet Martial corroborates this account in his fifty-third epigram.
If I am not mistaken the whole of the fifty-third regiment were not present.
He became, in his fifty-third year, one of the most active and persistent journalists in France.
On this day, the hero enters into the fifty-third year of his age.
The critics have handed this fifty-third chapter over to the Unknown prophet or prophets.
Miss Adair went on calmly with the fifty-third stroke on her raven tresses, but her eyes were beginning to blaze.
The cutting through and grading of fifty-third Street have forced it higher above the ground than its builders intended it to be.
Up to his fifty-third year he had never known a sick day, although at thirty his hair had begun to whiten.