eighty-four


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Adj.1.eighty-four - being four more than eightyeighty-four - being four more than eighty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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He was certainly going some for eighty-four. The thought of following his example entered Daylight's mind, but the big game of San Francisco vetoed the idea.
On this very 2nd of October he had dismissed James Forster, because that luckless youth had brought him shaving-water at eighty-four degrees Fahrenheit instead of eighty-six; and he was awaiting his successor, who was due at the house between eleven and half-past.
So nothing but the mere workmanship costs; still that is expensive --the bill foots up six hundred and eighty-four millions of francs thus far (considerably over a hundred millions of dollars,) and it is estimated that it will take a hundred and twenty years yet to finish the cathedral.
The sun is one million three hundred and eighty-four thousand four hundred and seventy-two times larger than the earth.
About noon, or twelve hours after our start upon this unfortunate journey, we had bored to a depth of eighty-four miles, at which point the mercury registered 153 degrees F.
Two-and-thirty year was a long time and eighty-four a great age, though there was some he had known that had lived to very hard upon a hundred--and not so hearty as he, neither--no, nothing like it.
"'Don't let the kai-kai worry you, Captain Munster,' says she; 'if I can find grub for eighty-four mouths on the Martha, the two of you can do as much by your two vessels.
Then at the goodly age of eighty-four he died in the autumn of
"He professed to be eighty-four years old, but he didn't look his age.
Eighty-four percent favored discussion, 16 percent did not.
Nineteen Eighty-Four. Reprint, New York-London:Chelsea House, 1987.
Eighty-four percent of real estate agents and 82 percent of broker-owners would have moderate or high interest in recommending Guaranteed Mortgage Packages, or GMPs, to their homebuyer customers, according to a recent survey by Campbell Communications, a market research firm which conducts surveys in the mortgage and real estate industries.