The film had premiered at Cannes in May 2001, almost a decade after Somalia, three months before nine eleven and everything after.
For nine years straight, every graduate of Ferguson has been accepted into college.
Of the nine who stood against him in 2010, seven saw the inside of a prison.
nine others were given slots on presidential boards or committees.
During the campaign she had ignored a lump that had grown to nine centimeters.
The initiation in the mysteries of Eleusis lasted nine days.
It was after nine o'clock and there were few persons passing.
AT half-past nine, that night, Tom and Sid were sent to bed, as usual.
When, at last, he rose and picked up his cap; it was nine o'clock.
We ought to have got under way, as I proposed, at nine oclock.
Old English nigen, from Proto-Germanic *niwun (cf. Old Saxon nigun, Old Frisian niugun, Old Norse niu, Swedish nio, Middle Dutch neghen, Dutch negen, Old High German niun, German neun, Gothic niun "nine"), from PIE newn "nine" (cf. Sanskrit nava, Avestan nava, Greek ennea, Albanian nende, Latin novem (with change of -n- to -m- by analogy of septem, decem), Lithuanian devnyi, Old Church Slavonic deveti (the Balto-Slavic forms by dissimilation of -n- to -d-), Old Irish noin, Welsh naw).
Nine to five "the average workday" is attested from 1935. Nine days has been proverbial since 14c. for the time which a wonder or novelty holds attention.
A nine-millimeter semiautomatic pistol: There was a fight. I saw a man running with a nine/ People seeking guns for personal combat want reliable stopping power, revolvers or semiautomatic pistols known as ''nines'' (1990s+)
: Motherfucker tried to stiff me on a buy and I nined him right there