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- adj. Abbreviation of fourth.
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- adj. coming next after the third in position.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. coming next after the third and just before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude
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Which made me wonder if the 4th is a particularly bad time to have post-traumatic stress syndrome, you know?
Plus, I really hope he gives out at least the confirmation that the 4th is a go.
Ricks also reported that "In language unusual for an officially produced document, the history of the operation produced by the Marines 1st Division is disapproving, even contemptuous, of what it calls the 4th Infantry Division's" very aggressive "posture as the unit came into Iraq."
However, he actually sits in 4th place all time in yards per play.
Well-off American kids are kicking their global competition to the curb, it seems — at least in 4th grade literacy.
I read them back in 4th-6th gradeish, and oh geez.
I have definitely noticed them while on my way to Safeway — K St between 5th and 4th is quite the catwalk on weekend afternoons.
Junior, now in 4th grade, is very enamored of Jeff Smith's Bone series of graphic novels.
The GOP the party of No because they are sore loser on Nov 4th is doing everything they can to stop Obama's plan.
Wait, you think July 4th is the only time Americans are too bloated on barbecue and beer?