19th


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Adj.1.19th - coming next after the eighteenth in position19th - coming next after the eighteenth in position
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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Five o'clock had hardly struck on the morning of the 19th of January, when Bessie brought a candle into my closet and found me already up and nearly dressed.
We then set sail, and had a good voyage till we passed the Straits of Madagascar; but having got northward of that island, and to about five degrees south latitude, the winds, which in those seas are observed to blow a constant equal gale between the north and west, from the beginning of December to the beginning of May, on the 19th of April began to blow with much greater violence, and more westerly than usual, continuing so for twenty days together: during which time, we were driven a little to the east of the Molucca Islands, and about three degrees northward of the line, as our captain found by an observation he took the 2nd of May, at which time the wind ceased, and it was a perfect calm, whereat I was not a little rejoiced.
The next morning, the 19th of February, I saw the Canadian enter my room.
On the next day, the 19th of December, the masts, rafts, and spars were burned; the crew worked lustily, keeping up the fires.
At length, on the 19th of September, he reached the upper waters of Salmon River.
The three travellers got themselves to rights on board during the working-hours of February 19th.
At last, on the 19th of August, about two o'clock in the afternoon, the temptation grew so strong, that Mynheer Isaac was no longer able to resist it.
Notwithstanding the importance of the challenge, on the 19th of May he received a sealed packet containing the following superbly laconic reply:
With these thoughts, I resolved to remove my tent from the place where it stood, which was just under the hanging precipice of the hill; and which, if it should be shaken again, would certainly fall upon my tent; and I spent the two next days, being the 19th and
on the 19th day of March 1694-95, when we spied a sail, our course SE.
NEW YORK -- Eli Wilner & Company, a leading New York City art gallery that specializes in American and European frames from the 19th through early 20th century, today introduced the first upscale plasma television frame.
Instead, Reagan divides this era into four relatively distinct periods and demonstrates that even though illegal, abortion remained available, widely practiced (by pregnant women and physicians), and relatively safe through much of the 19th and 20th centuries.