The Kissinger joke, The Belfast Telegraph said, could now be read “thirty-eight years later.”
The route taken by the stolen art objects is now well documented: the German forces looted about thirty-eight thousand apartments.
Thirty-seven countries enjoy this privilege, and Israel is itching to be lucky number thirty-eight.
thirty-eight U.S. and Afghan special forces perished in the copter shoot down.
According to the Pentagon, thirty-eight military men are sexually assaulted every single day.
The great 'all is seventy feet in lenth, fifty-six in breath, and thirty-eight feet 'igh.
Instead of twenty-four, as the negro scouts had reported, there were thirty-eight of them.
He was succeeded by his nephew, the great Justinian, who for thirty-eight years directed the fortunes of the Roman Empire.
Saintes: a French town about thirty-eight miles from La Rochelle.
Margaret, who was at this time thirty-eight years of age, was the daughter of a Flemish lady.