The eight compositions on display at the Sears-Peyton Gallery are a continuation of a body of work.
The film would go on to win eight Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director.
eight months later, breast cancer in the news reminded me to check on my lump.
All of the eight candidates who stood on the stage, sniping at each other and looking unserious and unpresidential.
Turkey, according to the report, was currently imprisoning eight journalists.
The doorway of Malmesbury Church has eight arches, recessed one within the other.
eight years from now America will celebrate its 200th anniversary as a nation.
And maybe I didn't live on the fat o' the land with it, for eight weeks!
The debate began April 12th, and continued for eight nights.
So the eight other carriages hung down and crushed into each other.
late 14c., eighte, earlier ehte (c.1200), from Old English eahta, æhta, from Proto-Germanic *akhto(u) (cf. Old Saxon ahto, Old Frisian ahta, Old Norse atta, Swedish åtta, Dutch acht, Old High German Ahto, German acht, Gothic ahtau), from PIE *okto(u) "eight" (cf. Sanskrit astau, Avestan ashta, Greek okto, Latin octo, Old Irish ocht-n, Breton eiz, Old Church Slavonic osmi, Lithuanian aštuoni).
Klein calls it "an old dual form, orig. meaning 'twice four.' " For spelling, see fight (v.). Meaning "eight-man crew of a rowing boat" is from 1847. The Spanish piece of eight (1690s) was so called because it was worth eight reals (see piece (n.)). Figure (of) eight as the shape of a race course, etc., attested from c.1600. To be behind the eight ball "in trouble" (1932) is a metaphor from shooting pool.