thirty minutes before the phone call, I watched YouTube clips to prepare my nasally accent.
thirty minutes of play with the sOccket powers up to three hours of an LED light.
For thirty bucks, you could have had a whole livery stable.
“thirty minutes alone with a man is enough for him to annihilate you,” she remarks, knowingly.
We live in the world of Zero Dark thirty; factual accuracy has supplanted fantasy technology.
In a quarter of an hour they brought the commandant thirty yards of pipes.
Some horrible accident might happen to delay us here thirty minutes.
The instant I bid thirty thousand rubles the auction came to an end.
To the east, plains for at least thirty miles, when broken ranges were visible.
Of the first thirty Popes it is said by Christian tradition that all but two were martyrs.
early 15c. metathesis of Old English þritig, from þri, þreo "three" + -tig "group of ten" (see -ty (1)). Cf. Old Frisian thritich, Old Saxon thritig, Dutch dertig, Old High German drizzug, German dreissig. Thirty Years' War (1842) was a religious power struggle waged 1618-48, mainly on German soil. The symbol -30- as printer and telegrapher's code to indicate the last sheet or line of copy or a dispatch is recorded from 1895. In 20c. jargon of journalism, it came to be a traditional sign-off signal and slang word for "the end."
A third baseman (1911+ Baseball)