Even now, at fifty-one, Herschel Walker is one of the most impressive athletes in the world.
From late 1921 and for the next eight years, a “new building went up in New York City every fifty-one minutes, on average.”
The fate of any single company could be determined by the ownership of not over fifty-one per cent of its stock.
But at last, at a height of fifty-one miles, her ceiling had been reached.
The shock which he had undergone had aged him much, and at fifty-one he looked as old as many men of sixty.
Glory and the field-marshal's baton, after fifty-one years of hard work!
I only meant that I am fifty-one, and that to me both of you—Read it all in some book or other; I cannot put things clearly.
One school is in operation at the agency, with an attendance of fifty-one scholars.
Now, if you have kept track of the closets you will see that we number only fifty-one.
(p. 158) He was then fifty-one years of age, and Shakespeare forty-eight.