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Adj.1.eighty-fifth - the ordinal number of eighty-five in counting ordereighty-fifth - the ordinal number of eighty-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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Here they met with Daniel Boone, the renowned patriarch of Kentucky, who had kept in the advance of civilization, and on the borders of the wilderness, still leading a hunter's life, though now in his eighty-fifth year.
In her eighty-fifth year, Fern Halvorson tells the story of a childhood journey across Lake Michigan and the secret she has kept since that ill-fated voyage.
Basic Invites distinct milestone birthday cards features themes ranging from eighty-fifth birthdays, fortieth birthdays, and even thirtieth birthdays.
The long-term ratings assigned to the series 2015-XF2112 Floater and Residual Certificates will continue to be based on the rating that Fitch has assigned to the The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Consolidated Bonds, One Hundred Eighty-fifth Series, serial bonds that have been deposited in the series 2015-XF2112 trust.
Great Journeys Across the Pamir Mountains: A Festschrift in Honor of Zhang Guangda on His Eighty-Fifth Birthday
Nine days after sailing from Hampton Roads, The Eighty-Fifth Infantry of the 10th Mountain Division arrived in Naples, Italy.
A series of choir music concerts with works by the "father" of Estonian folk song transcriptions, Veljo Tormis was called "Tormis Across the Land" celebrating the composer's eighty-fifth birthday.
This marks the eighty-fifth year of publication of The Appraisal Journal, and the members of the Journal's Editorial Board, Review Panel, and Academic Review Panel remain committed to its continuation as a premier forum for information and ideas on the practice and theory of valuation and analyses of real estate and related interests.
In the short poem "Hillside" from Speech Lessons (2011), the most recent volume represented in New Collected Poems, Montague recalls his Aunt Winifred, as he has done on other occasions, and remembers his earlier self, a "little Brooklyn boy / [...] gaz[ing] down / across fields of alien com / to [his] new, mysterious home." The mysteries of that young boy's new home are carried over throughout Montague's later poems into even stranger adult worlds of separation and betrayal, but as he celebrates his eighty-fifth birthday, in 2014, Montague has yet to lose his fascination with the past, whether it is that of his own experience or the many cultural contexts within which he has played a major part.
The volume under review continues the successful editorial and publishing collaboration, offering a selection of essays written during the next five years and brought together in time to mark the author's eighty-fifth birthday.