forty-three


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Adj.1.forty-three - being three more than fortyforty-three - being three more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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He had decided to play until that score reached forty-three thousand.
After a time, for cooler climate, I went down to southermost Tasmania in forty-three South.
"Forty-three, Sire," said the Great Head Factotum, completing the scrutiny.
"First (to get our thoughts in order): Forty-three pence?"
In precisely forty-three minutes, a maid entered, half out of breath, and laid a note on the counter.
Joe would have been willing to remain forever in this enchanting asylum; it was the realm he had pictured in his dreams; he felt himself at home; his master had to give him his exact location, and it was with the gravest air imaginable that he wrote down on his tablets fifteen degrees forty-three minutes east longitude, and eight degrees thirty-two minutes north latitude.
The fires were increased, the screw revolved forty-three times a minute, and the steam poured out of the valves.
Everything prospered with him, his two daughters married well, and comfortably, and when not more than forty-three he held his first grandchild in his arms.
in the Library of the Vatican, of forty fables attributed to Aphthonius, and of forty-three from Babrias.
If so, we should read once more, and advise our readers to read, the profoundly thought and delicately felt chapter--chapter forty-three in her third volume--in which she describes the final spiritual reunion, on a basis of honestly diverse opinion, of the husband and wife.
Crummles, the country manager and actor, cannot be more than forty-three, or forty-four years of age.
The horse was first landed at Buenos Ayres in 1537, and the colony being then for a time deserted, the horse ran wild; [2] in 1580, only forty-three years afterwards, we hear of them at the Strait of Magellan!