And in the second month, on the seven and twentieth day of the month, was the earth dried.
One day, after she had asked me for at least the twentieth time, I turned around and asked her if she was deaf.
The closest she ever came to a return to the silver screen was a seat on the board of twentieth Century Fox.
This year, September 13 marks the twentieth anniversary of the signing of the Oslo Accords.
Back in the day, it was railroads like the Fast Mail, the Wolverine, and the twentieth Century Limited that serviced the station.
On the 2nd of October in the year 1798, Davy quitted Penzance, before he had attained his twentieth year.
The twentieth century promises to be the Age of Electricity, and electricity must have copper.
I am probably what most folk call a gentleman; but how much does that signify in the twentieth century?
It was the twentieth of July, the weather was hot, and the count thirsty.
You have unwittingly revealed—oh, for the twentieth time, though I could not believe it, would not believe it!