Richard, to reach his thirtieth year, had traveled far by many a twisting road.
She was one of those blondes who fade rapidly after their thirtieth year.
For it is in 1461, in his thirtieth year, that Villon last writes down a verse.
And now if ye will do battle, come again on the thirtieth day from hence.
Yes; poor child—nothing but a child—and yet in his thirtieth year!
The Army of the Valley had its orders from Strasburg the night of the thirtieth.
One day succeeded another until at length the morning of the thirtieth of June dawned.
The delusion holding, he, at noon of the thirtieth, ordered a general advance.
Myra had now completed, or was on the point of completing, her thirtieth year.
The paper-knife generally ceased to do duty before the thirtieth page.