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has definitions from the field of mathematics


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[ adjective ] being one more than thirteen
Used in print (The Dallas Morning News,...)That 's because he already has kicked 14 extra_points in 15 tries . (Clifford H. Pope, The Giant Snakes....)In contrast , Ditmars recorded the average length of seventytwo young of a 19  foot female as 38 inches , and four young were_born in London at a length of 35 or 36 inches and a weight of from 14 to 16 ounces . He concluded that the anaconda 's maximum length is 12 or 13 ( perhaps 14 ) meters , which would approximate from 39 to 42 feet ( 14 meters is slightly less that 46 feet ) . He concluded that the anaconda 's maximum length is 12 or 13 ( perhaps 14 ) meters , which would approximate from 39 to 42 feet ( 14 meters is slightly less that 46 feet ) . The range is from 14 to 25 inches ; the former figure is based on a somewhat unusual birth of four by a Central_American female ( see chapter on Laying , Brooding , Hatching , and Birth ) , the latter on a `` normal '' newly born individual . Related terms 
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[ noun ] (mathematics) the cardinal number that is the sum of thirteen and one
Used in print (A.L. Kroeber, "Semantic Contribution of Lexicostatistic...)While the particular limits of these groupings may seem artificially arbitrary ; they do fairly express a corresponding grouping of more variable material , and they eventuate also in five classes , along a similar scale , containing approximately equal numbers of cases , namely 19 , 14 , 15 , 11 , 12 in Athabascan . Related terms 
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