Eggs are sometimes picked as early as the twenty-fifth day, but usually on the twenty-sixth day.
The first session of the twenty-sixth Congress opened in December.
I took the stage to Baltimore next day—the twenty-sixth of May.
They took a car on one of the avenues and got out at the corner of twenty-sixth Street.
The grant bears date March 25th, in the twenty-sixth year of the reign of Queen Elizabeth, 1584.
On the twenty-sixth McClellan began the passage of the Potomac.
Mrs. Barnaby and Major Allen were not the only persons to whom that twenty-sixth of April proved an eventful day.
We got all the guns up and in place during the night of the twenty-sixth.
I must not protract a tale already far too long, by the recital of my acquaintance with the gallant twenty-sixth.
Terry, I thought you had a date in Zamboanga on the twenty-sixth!