I walked out the street, from Eleventh street to forty-third—between eleven and twelve o'clock.
He, with his tragedy in the background, that he could not speak of, in his forty-third year.
In the autumn of 1710 Swift was approaching the end of his forty-third year.
Madame de Chevreuse had then entered upon her forty-third year.
In 1675 he died, in his forty-third year, and at the apogee of his powers.
The forty-third question runs: 'What is the preface to the Ten Commandments?'
In 1879 he was given a much more honorable recognition in being elected a member of the forty-third Congress.
Wallace of the forty-third and Terry of the Forty-ninth, too, were gone.
William Napier's company of the forty-third was the last to pass the river, and it was here that he was wounded.
We did turn on forty-third and came around the block, and of course we missed her.