In no case had it widely departed from the thirty-ninth parallel.
That bright and sunny Whit Monday was her thirty-ninth birthday.
Chapter thirty-ninth—All comes right; everybody goes back to their mothers and fathers, and a quiet wedding ensues.
The list is repeated in the thirty-ninth chapter of the same book, verses 10-12.
Goethe was in his thirty-ninth year; and had long since found his proper rank and settlement in life.
It was not finished, and he had ceased with the thirty-ninth verse.
A slightly various rendering has been proposed for the thirty-ninth verse, so as to resolve into a question and its answer.
As incidental thereto, he went to the house in thirty-ninth Street.
To be exact he did not go the length of the block between thirty-ninth and Fortieth.
Kept my thirty-ninth and Father's seventy-second birthday in the old way.