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Adj.1.thirty-third - the ordinal number of thirty-three in counting orderthirty-third - the ordinal number of thirty-three 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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Phileas Fogg was in the act of finishing the thirty-third rubber of the voyage, and his partner and himself having, by a bold stroke, captured all thirteen of the tricks, concluded this fine campaign with a brilliant victory.
Of this, the second game of the first day of the Jeddak's Games in the four hundred and thirty-third year of O-Tar, Jeddak of Manator, the Princesses of each side shall be the sole stakes and to the survivors of the winning side shall belong both the Princesses, to do with as they shall see fit.
Here, instead of continuing on toward the northwest and their village, Tarzan guided them almost directly west, until on the morning of the thirty-third day he bade them break camp and return to their own village, leaving the gold where they had stacked it the previous night.
In a press statement following the thirty-third extraordinary session held.
The schools were thirty-second and thirty-third out of thirty-three in the city on standardized achievement tests.
I am now serving my thirty-third month down here and am looking forward to a furlough home during the early part of next year.
There was only one awkward position evident from the triple bill presented at the thirty-third Annual Workshop Performances of the School of American Ballet.