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Adj.1.fifty-fifth - the ordinal number of fifty-five in counting orderfifty-fifth - the ordinal number of fifty-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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At the fifty-fifth, a loud cry was heard in the street, followed by applause, hurrahs, and some fierce growls.
The show is a follow-up to curator Massimiliano Gioni's enormously persuasive mega-exhibitions at the 2010 Gwangju Biennale and the Fifty-Fifth Venice Biennale in 2013, and once again he argued for a view of culture that is all-inclusive, encyclopedic, iconophilic, canon- busting, and defiantly outside the mainstream.
The youngest woman to feature this year was 41-year-old Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer, in fifty-fifth position, while the oldest was British Monarch Queen Elizabeth II who ranked at twenty-ninth.
Amman, July 7 (Petra)-- Deputizing for His Majesty King Abdullah II, His Royal Highness Prince Feisal Bin Al-Hussein, the Regent, on Tuesday patronized the fifty-fifth graduation ceremony at the Royal Jordanian Command and Staff College.
He was promoted to first sergeant within two months of his enlistment and transferred to the Fifty-fifth Massachusetts to help organize that regiment.
This cash dividend is the fifty-fifth quarterly cash dividend paid by Bank Mutual Corp.
Highest ordinal: fifty-fifth (the only other case) --Or the inferred fifty-fifthly, which would be the longest of any word, joining the inferred lighttightly if allowed.
For example, Costa Rica scores highest on the FHSI, while the United States comes in fifty-fifth place.
Muscat: Oman fared well in Bloomberg's best countries for doing business rankings for 2014 -- from fifty-fifth position in last year's ranking to forty-third place this year.
As I approach my fifty-fifth year on this terra firma, I have come to accept the singleness which God has called me to, even to see it as a cross I must bear.
Bulgarians have taken once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Wednesday evening to demand the resignation of the country's government for the fifty-fifth day in a row.