At the age of eleven, he phoned in to a Palestinian public access TV show and sang for them live.
The service at eleven Madison presents a formal environment, but “brings a sense of humanity” to the table as well, says Guidara.
Perhaps one of the most impressive—and unconventional—qualities of eleven Days is the lack of a traditional antagonist.
But we have eleven months before the next election, and in that time, millions will have received benefits from the law.
Most of the eleven tunes on Songs are absolutely drowning in effects.
Hired a team in Sandwich and another in Bayport and got to the tavern about eleven.
It was after eleven o'clock when Evelyn rose to go to her room.
The pompous landau rolled up to the house at a quarter to eleven.
Dorcas Jane, who was eleven and a half and not at all imaginative, eyed him suspiciously.
About eleven o'clock he went out with a jug to get some beer.
c.1200, elleovene, from Old English endleofan, literally "one left" (over ten), from Proto-Germanic *ainlif- (cf. Old Saxon elleban, Old Frisian andlova, Dutch elf, Old High German einlif, German elf, Old Norse ellifu, Gothic ainlif), a compound of *ain "one" (see one) + PIE *leikw- "leave, remain" (cf. Greek leipein "to leave behind;" see relinquish).
FIREFLY: Give me a number from 1 to 10.Viking survivors who escaped an Anglo-Saxon victory were daroþa laf "the leavings of spears," while hamora laf "the leavings of hammers" was an Old English kenning for "swords" (both from "The Battle of Brunanburgh"). Twelve reflects the same formation. Outside Germanic the only instance of this formation is in Lithuanian, which uses -lika "left over" and continues the series to 19 (vienio-lika "eleven," dvy-lika "twelve," try-lika "thirteen," keturio-lika "fourteen," etc.) Phrase eleventh hour (1829) is from Matthew xx:1-16.