thirty-four

[thur-tee-fawr, -fohr]
adjective
  1. amounting to 34 in number.
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Examples from the Web for thirty-four

Contemporary Examples of thirty-four

  • Thirty-four years ago, America elected Ronald Reagan as president, and sent a dozen Democratic senators to an early retirement.

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    A GOP Senate? Why It Won't Come Easy

    Lloyd Green

    September 1, 2014

  • Thirty-four percent of the 680 respondents said they love the new iOS look, and 36 percent of you thought the new Pro was "cool."

  • Thirty-four years later (after sorting through his long-lost paperwork), Rascon received a prestigious Medal of Honor.

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    Best Moments from the Hero Summit

    Alex Berg, Jake Heller

    November 15, 2012

Historical Examples of thirty-four

  • This was the last time I met him, until the year 1843; or, for thirty-four years.

    Ned Myers

    James Fenimore Cooper

  • By these means, from thirty-four to forty gallons were produced every day.

  • He died at thirty-four, after a life of great triumphs and excesses.

    Poems

    William D. Howells

  • Thirty-four of the colonists were either killed or carried into captivity.

    King Philip

    John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott

  • The certificates and the votes of thirty-four of the States are undisputed.

    The Electoral Votes of 1876

    David Dudley Field