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Adj.1.ninety-fifth - the ordinal number of ninety-five in counting orderninety-fifth - the ordinal number of ninety-five in counting order
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Schmitz, well known to readers of this journal and to members of the Metaphysical Society of America and the American Catholic Philosophical Association, died on August 25, just short of his ninety-fifth birthday.
Army Air Force's Ninety-fifth Bomb Group, but readers also glimpse Bloch's life in Kansas City and Michigan before he was called to duty and after the war.
The Ninety-Fifth Bomb Group was ahead of the One Hundredth on the approach.
About the ninety-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Iraqi army, he said: " Two days before, we have seen the anniversary of the founding the army, which is engaged in fiercest and most difficult battles these days against terrorists, defending the land of Iraq and its people and their sanctities.
It's several weeks before his ninety-fifth birthday, and in a few days he and my mother are leaving their home of 43 years and moving into an assisted living apartment.
I am not leaving the house on a rainy night to get in the subway and go up a hundred and ninety-fifth street to see a rotten movie I never even heard about.
The ninety-fifth year of RBG (#RBG95) is not just for Africans, at home and abroad.
The data displayed in Figure 1 show very clearly that over the past 36 years, there has been a substantial increase in the distance between the parties in both chambers and especially in the House of Representatives: the distance between the average Democrat and the average Republican almost doubled between the Ninety-Fifth House (1977-79) and the 112th House (2011-13), while the distance between the average Democrat and the average Republican increased by almost 50% between the Ninety-Fifth Senate and the 112th Senate.
This absorbing book is certainly timely as it coincides with the deep crisis into which a more successful modernization project for Portugal, one based around European integration, has collapsed as the ninety-fifth anniversary of the Fatima phenomenon approaches.
As we extend our best wishes to President Mandela on his ninety-fifth birthday, let us also give tangible meaning to our feelings of concern by taking action on behalf of others," said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in his message for the day.
JOHN KOETHE'S most recent book, Ninety-Fifth Street, received the Lenore Marshall Prize from the Academy of American Poets.
She died at home two months after her ninety-fifth birthday; a relative and two nurses cared for her at home in her final weeks.