months


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months

  • fetus - A human embryo starts to be called a fetus at nine weeks.
  • Catholic twins - Siblings born within 12 months of each other.
  • half-birthday - One's half-birthday is the day exactly six months before or after one's real birth date.
  • semester - First meant six months, as it comes from Latin semestris, "of six months."
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Fifty months equal--four twelves are forty-eight and two over--four years and two months.
Finally, at the end of three weeks, on the 14th of April, twelve months after having quitted Tripoli, he reached the town of Ngornou.
750-759) Do not let a boy of twelve years sit on things which may not be moved (39), for that is bad, and makes a man unmanly; nor yet a child of twelve months, for that has the same effect.
The prince's further fate was more or less decided by Colia, who selected, out of all the persons he had met during the last six or seven months, Evgenie Pavlovitch, as friend and confidant.
Two months is an ample allowance; I should think six weeks quite enough.
Here are A's finger marks, taken at the age of five months.
For three months he had been thinking of nothing but the future; and he went without regret.
He was two months behind with his type-writer, and the agency was clamoring for payment or for the return of the machine.
Two months passed, and the Senior Subaltern still educated The Worm, who began to move about a little more as the hot weather came on.
As the summer months advanced, the transformation of the Venetian palace into the modern hotel proceeded rapidly towards completion.
Franklin and Miss Rachel is some months older--and then we'll see
He started another journal--"The Epoch," which within a few months was also prohibited.