eighty-two


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Adj.1.eighty-two - being two more than eightyeighty-two - being two more than eighty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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It's either a hundred and eighty- three or a hundred and eighty-two.
They declared that there were eighty-two erroneous opinions on religious subjects diffused among the people, and that Mrs.
If they had eighty-two wrong opinions," observed Charley, "I don't see how they could have any right ones.
Strutt's, the vague "something" having been defined as a legacy from his father of eighty-two pounds, three shillings.
David pocketed the insult along with the eighty-two pounds three, and travelled home again in some triumph at the ease of a transaction which had enriched him to this extent.
This pulse was full of such fatal indications, that the physician continued, notwithstanding the interruptions of the patient: "Put down the years of the Fronde at four each, and you have lived eighty-two years.
His cavalcade consisted of eighty-two horses, most of them heavily laden with Indian goods, beaver traps, ammunition, Indian corn, corn meal and other necessaries.
Guster is heard unaccountably to murmur "one thousing seven hundred and eighty-two.
The sacristan showed us a marble stairway (of course it was marble, and of the purest and whitest--there is no other stone, no brick, no wood, among its building materials) and told us to go up one hundred and eighty-two steps and stop till he came.
By walking, begging rides both in wagons and in the cars, in some way, after a number of days, I reached the city of Richmond, Virginia, about eighty-two miles from Hampton.
Three thousan', seven hundred an' eighty-two miles--all for the sake of two hundred feet of pipe.
EIGHTY-TWO PERCENT of financial services firms experienced an information security breach over the last year, according to the results of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu's 2006 Global Security Survey, with 78 percent reporting an external attack (up from 26 percent a year earlier), and 49 percent reporting an internal attack (up from 35 percent in 2005, and only 14 percent in 2004).