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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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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.
It repents me that I did not give a rupee to the shrine,' said the lama on the last bead of his eighty-one.
And this," Emily continued, "is the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and eighty-one.
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.
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.
She died at eighty-one in 1944 and left more than a thousand paintings and drawings to her family, with a stipulation that any public presentation of her work be withheld until twenty years after her death.
Eighty-one percent of executives surveyed said that relative to other positions in their companies, salaries for their assistants have increased over the past five years.
Eighty-one percent of the adult population in America, we learn, says that the arts and humanities are "essential" to "healthy American society.
Eighty-one percent of Chicago respondents reported that viruses have accounted for up to a half day of downtime, another 16 percent indicate that one-to-two whole days of productivity were lost, and 23 percent indicate that the corresponding loss in productivity represented more than ten percent of the business's daily revenue.
Eighty-one percent of the students said they felt safe at school in 2000, compared to 80 percent the year before.
Next to Celmins's painstaking pencil drawing Untitled (Large Desert), 1974-75, an expanse of scattered pebbles, is the information that the total time taken to produce a 1926 Model T Ford, from the extraction of ore to the cat's emergence from the production line, was eighty-one hours.
Where was the criticism of Clinton when he approved the attack on the Waco compound, which led to the deaths of eighty-one people, arguing erroneously that it was the only alternative?