23rd


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Adj.1.23rd - coming next after the twenty-second in position23rd - coming next after the twenty-second in position
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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The General Grant passed, on the 23rd of November, the one hundred and eightieth meridian, and was at the very antipodes of London.
It happened also, on the 23rd of November, that Passepartout made a joyful discovery.
"Yes; at the bottom of the paper, where the flame had not reached, was this date: 23rd of October.
After the 23rd of September the enclosure of Stones hill was thrown open to the public; and it will be easily imagined what was the concourse of visitors to this spot!
"23rd.--Struggled forward once more as soon as the sun was well up, and had thawed our limbs a little.
Similar facts were observed on the 23rd of July in the same year, in the Pacific Ocean, by the Columbus, of the West India and Pacific Steam Navigation Company.
THIS IS THE MONUMENT OF HENRIETTA JANSENIUS WHO WAS BORN ON THE 26TH JULY, 1856, MARRIED TO SIDNEY TREFUSIS ON THE 23RD AUGUST, 1875, AND WHO DIED ON THE 21ST DECEMBER IN THE SAME YEAR.
I could think of no better expedient, and therefore went away in the night between the 23rd and 24th of April with my comrade, an old man, very infirm and very timorous.
On the 23rd inst., at eight in the morning, after a rapid passage, the Susquehanna was due at the fatal spot.
23rd we arrived at Rio, having finished our pleasant little excursion.
"He was fourandtwenty the 8th of last June, and my birthday is the 23rd just a fortnight and a day's differencewhich is very odd."
On the 23rd he was going to a friend near Peterborough, in the same situation as himself, and they were to receive ordination in the course of the Christmas week.