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Adj.1.xlvii - being seven more than fortyxlvii - being seven more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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In 2013, she was nominated for short-format live-action entertainment for her rousing halftime performance during Super Bowl XLVII. In 2015, 'On the Run Tour: Beyonce and Jay-Z' contended for special class program.
It was with the 49ers where he is best remembered, leading the team to Super Bowl XLVII before heading back to the college ranks.
2013: The Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII with a 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in New Orleans.
Indeed, after introducing the reader to William Clark's spectacular career as godly alderman, the editor refers to him simply as "Newton's landlord" (xlvii).
Carter Show World Tour, and Super Bowl XLVII halftime show), and Nicki Minaj (2011 Femme Fatale World Tour), just to name a few of Chromat's impressive list of celebrity clients.
Guided by her feminist belief in the power of collective action, Bammer writes, "I would highlight the importance of sisterhood (a word that long ago went out of fashion in feminist circles) as a foundation for a feminist politics" (xlvii).
In 2014, Super Bowl XLVIII was played on a UBU Sports synthetic turf system at MetLife Stadium, and the previous year, Super Bowl XLVII was played at the Mercedez-Benz Superdome, which is home to UBU Sports' Speed S5-M synthetic turf surface.
An example was during Super Bowl XLVII when the entire stadium went dark.
As the CEO of 360i, an agency known for playful, viral campaigns--Oreo's "Dunk in the Dark" during Super Bowl XLVII immediately comes to mind--it stands to reason that Sarah Hofstetter's office has its share of fun, quirky finds.
As Youngquist and Pierrot write, nevertheless, "[t]he unheralded existence of a miniature portrait of Toussaint Louverture [by Rainsford] troubles this story" (xlvii).
The best one we found was for THREE, which 4-shifts to XLVII, which Anil punctuated without rearrangement to either (X/L)(V)+I+I or X/(L/V)+I+I, both of which = III.