30th


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Adj.1.30th - coming next after the twenty-ninth in position30th - coming next after the twenty-ninth in position
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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One day, the 30th of September, at 3:47 P.M., a telegram, transmitted by cable from Valentia (Ireland) to Newfoundland and the American Mainland, arrived at the address of President Barbicane.
"30th.--I have said all I could; but he still refuses to leave me.
On the 30th of September the sun came out in the morning, and hoping for fine weather, Levin began making final preparations for his journey.
"To-day is the 30th of July, 1816, -- why it is but seventeen months."
I discussed the question in all its forms, politically and scientifically; and I give here an extract from a carefully-studied article which I published in the number of the 30th of April.
It was now the 30th of October, and on the following day the Rangoon was due at Singapore.
Here they encamped on the 30th of August, having come nearly four hundred miles since leaving the Arickara village.
On the 30th of March, twenty-seven days after the departure from London, the Table Mountain loomed up on the horizon.
On the evening of Sunday, September 30th, 1877, two gentlemen presented themselves at Mr.
On the 30th of November, at the hour fixed upon, from the midst of an extraordinary crowd of spectators, the departure took place, and for the first time, three human beings quitted the terrestrial globe, and launched into inter-planetary space with almost a certainty of reaching their destination.
It was by my account the 30th of September, when, in the manner as above said, I first set foot upon this horrid island; when the sun, being to us in its autumnal equinox, was almost over my head; for I reckoned myself, by observation, to be in the latitude of nine degrees twenty-two minutes north of the line.
July 30th. - He returned about three weeks ago, rather better in health, certainly, than before, but still worse in temper.