[ adjective ] being ten more than twenty
Used in print(Norman Kent, "The Watercolor Art of Roy M. Mason"...)
Gradually he withdrew from the shop altogether , and for the past thirty years , he has worked independently as a painter , except for his continued hunting and fishing expeditions .(Helen Hooven Santmyer, "There Were Fences"...)
At four o_'_clock , or four thirty , the coming of the newsboy marked the end of the day ; he tossed a paper toward every front_door , and housewives came down to their steps to pick them up and read what their neighbors had been doing .(U.S. Reports. Volume 366. Cases Adjudged in the...)
Counsel for the Government invited du_Pont 's views on this proposal before recommending a specific program , but stated that if the court desired , or if counsel for du_Pont thought further discussion would not be profitable , the Government was prepared to submit a plan within thirty days .(Dell Shannon, The Ace of Spades....)
Mendoza did n't wake until nearly nine thirty .(Harry Olesker, Impact....)
Thirty years ' experience let him know , even at this early stage , that Black was his man .
[ noun ] (mathematics) the cardinal number that is the product of ten and three
Used in print(Clifford H. Pope, The Giant Snakes....)
R_._R_._Mole and F_._W_._Urich give approximately 20 inches as the average length of a brood of thirty from the region of the Orinoco estuaries .(Arthur Miller, "The Prophecy," in The Best...)
But yes , nineteen plus thirty was forty-nine , and she was forty-nine and she had been married at nineteen .