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Adj.1.eighty-one - being one more than eightyeighty-one - being one more than eighty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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The country is more or less familiar with the history of that garrison, particularly with the slaughter by the Sioux of a detachment of eighty-one men and officers--not one escaping--through disobedience of orders by its commander, the brave but reckless Captain Fetterman.
Big as he is, I have carried him eighty-one miles between nightfall and sunrise on the scout; and I am good for fifty, day in and day out, and all the time.
"And this," Emily continued, "is the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and eighty-one. You can now judge for yourself.
He was very warm, and well he might be; for, not to mention the exertion of getting the trunk up stairs, he was closely muffled in winter garments, though the thermometer had stood all day at eighty-one in the shade.
'It repents me that I did not give a rupee to the shrine,' said the lama on the last bead of his eighty-one.
To prepare for any situation in case of flood, around eighty-one camps have been erected in those areas which would likely be affected by the flood.
Eighty-one year old Hans Morgenstern is the last Jew living in St.
ISLAMABAD -- The Election Commission of Pakistan has set up eighty-one separate polling stations for women to ensure their right to franchise in Lower Dir district in the next general elections.
Eighty-one firms that will hire will recruit 2,625 workers this year, down 7.3 percent from 2,831 last year.
Vespe presents readers with a comprehensive examination of the historic Chinese text the Tao Te Ching, its connection to philosopher Lao Tzu, and the essential oReality of Taoo present in its eighty-one passages.
Eighty-one awards are being given to pursue visionary science that exhibit the potential to transform scientific fields and speed the translation of research into improved health, under the High Risk-High Reward program supported by the National Institutes of Health Common Fund.