twenty-seventh


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Adj.1.twenty-seventh - coming next after the twenty-sixth in positiontwenty-seventh - coming next after the twenty-sixth in position
ordinal - being or denoting a numerical order in a series; "ordinal numbers"; "held an ordinal rank of seventh"
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On the twenty-seventh of June last, I received instructions from Sergeant Cuff to follow three men; suspected of murder, and described as Indians.
During the early fall of her twenty-seventh year a passionate restlessness took possession of Alice.
That building committee held twenty-seven meetings, and at the end of the twenty-seventh weren't no nearer having a church than when they begun--not so near, for a fact, for in one fit of hurrying things along they'd gone to work and tore the old church down, so there we were, without a church, and no place but the hall to worship in.
The twenty-seventh session of the joint FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme, which was held in Geneva, 28th June--3rd July 2004, has now been published in report form.
Now celebrating its twenty-seventh year, the Spoleto Festival USA was founded in 1977 as the American counterpart to the Festival dei Due Mondi (Festival of Two Worlds) in Spoleto, Italy.
Now, however, because of an extraordinary series of events that resulted in the irregular ratification of the Twenty-Seventh Amendment(6) (also known as the "Madison Amendment") 200 years after it was first proposed, ERA proponents are hoping to reanimate the ERA for the proverbial charmed third time.
The twenty-seventh Prix de Lausanne competition, founded by Philippe and Elvire Braunschweig, was held January 24 to 31, in Lausanne's Palais de Beaulieu.