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1. The price of a single ticket is thirty-nine pounds.
2. It exceeded its investment target by thirty-nine percent, but most of the money went towards tourism.
3. Mayer himself had died in February, at thirty-nine, the victim of a virulent infection.
4. Thirty-nine percent. of the cases observed received a caution with no significant difference between races.
5. In the end only thirty-nine signed the completed document.
6. Marvin was only thirty-nine, very young to be given such an important post as director of the National Security Council.
7. Thirty-nine women treated at the hospitals have been offered DNA tests to prove their babies are their own.
8. And here sits Rusty Sabich, thirty-nine years old, full of lifelong burdens and workaday fatigue.
9. Thirty-nine states and the District of Columbia let officers issue seat-belt tickets only if they find another violation first.
10. Thirty-nine percent is, obviously, not perfect, though the women in the South African trial who used the gel most faithfully did better, achieving 54 percent protection.
11. Yue Fei died at thirty-nine years of age.
12. But faithful study of its thirty-nine books will shed light on those priceless treasures and uncover a wealth of teaching on the subject of worship.
13. Thirty-nine of the fifty states elect at least some of their judges.
14. In nineteen thirty-nine a horse was forced off a mountain, falling to his death, in the movie "Jesse James."
15. Hitler's invasion of Poland in nineteen thirty-nine had started the war.
16. Jim: Four dollars and thirty-nine cents, sir.
17. Touch of Class has thirty-nine students, ages sixteen to eighteen.
18. One hundred thirty-nine wetland species have increased in number since the late nineteen-seventies. Pelicans, herons and geese are just a few of many recovering wetland species.
19. However, the American government told Japan in nineteen thirty-nine that it would end the earlier agreement.
20. Old and hoary At thirty-nine, from despair and woe, 50 He lives, enduring what future story Will never know.
21. She watches her lead the second-string players as they widen the margin of victory to thirty-nine points.
22. Actually, Wilson had suffered a series of strokes, starting at age thirty-nine when he was a history professor at Princeton.
23. Meticulously prepared by Geoffrey Ashton who sadly died, aged thirty-nine, before its publication.
23. Sentencedict.com is a sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.
24. Peter Harris is fighting a possession order by a finance company which charges interest at thirty-nine percent.
25. In 2002, two years after succeeding Bush, Perry won his first governor's race. Four years later, he won again, but with only thirty-nine per cent of the vote in a four-way race.
26. Freud was eighty-three years old when he died of cancer in London on September twenty-third, nineteen thirty-nine.
27. Always too outspoken, Graham had made enemies in the chief's office, and at thirty-nine, further advancement was unlikely.
28. Two years later, she won the Southern Championship. In both nineteen thirty-nine and nineteen forty, Jameson won the United States Amateur competition.
29. Then reaching deep into his pocket, he pulled out a handful of change and held it up to the farmer. "I've got thirty-nine cents.
30. You can see how it's laid out. This is the Frost who published that book. This is Frost at thirty-nine, Frost in a suit made by a London tailor in London.
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