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Adj.1.135th - the ordinal number of one hundred thirty-five in counting order
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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The report stated that the Philippines ranked the lowest in terms of safety and security at 135th; followed by health and hygiene, 94th; and ground and port infrastructure.
"There is probably a bit of pressure on us because of that," said Wales captain Alun Wyn Jones, who becomes his country's most-capped player when he makes his 135th Test appearance.
The national team of Tajikistan rose to 119th place, the Myanmar national team - to 135th. The national team of Mongolia retained 187th place.
S3 Capital Partners, a private lender in New York, has originated a $140 million construction loan for Chess Builders and its new development at 210 East 135th Street in the South Bronx.
I can't think of a more impressive occasion or a more magnificent cathedral." This year will be the 135th community Gala - also known as The Big Meeting - and, as in previous years, the cathedral service promises to have a rousing atmosphere as a procession of colliery brass bands and community banners fill its Norman Nave.
She exercised her right to vote in the 135th section in the district town.
The members also approved the recommendations of the 135th meeting of the Selection Board and a proposal regarding establishment of Directorate of Students' Affairs at QAU.
New Zealand received top honors, while China was ranked 135th and Syria last (162nd).
On this indicator, Azerbaijan ranks 135th among 200 countries, where over 163 million broadband connections were analyzed (since June 2017 to May 2018).
LAHORE -- The 135th meeting of Advanced Studies and Research Board of the University of Health Sciences (UHS) was held here on Thursday with UHS Vice Chancellor Prof Mahmood Shaukat in the chair.
Kate was the 142nd most popular name in the North-east, compared to 452nd across England and Wales, while Fearne was 135th in the North East and 341st in England and Wales.