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(1) She's having a party on her twenty-first.
(2) His parents gave him a car for his twenty-first.
(3) He wanted to bring us into the twenty-first century. Sentencedict.com
(4) Will his reputation survive into the twenty-first century?
(5) The early 1990s - not the twenty-first century - will witness this breakthrough.
(6) Every citizen of the twenty-first century should be required to read the personal experiences of the residents of the bombed city.
(7) There was no doubt that Harry's twenty-first celebration was proving a phenomenal success.
(8) In the situation at the beginning of the twenty-first century, what are the major shortcomings with each of these decisions?
(9) The day after his twenty-first birthday, Lawrence left home to be a musician.
(10) The continuing search for drugs to combat viral infections presents medicine with one of its greatest challenges in the twenty-first century.
(11) Seventeen civilians were hurt. Most are students who had been attending a twenty-first birthday party.
(12) Her latest novel is a futuristic thriller, set some time in the late twenty-first century.
(13) The multilateral agreement on investment: public health threat for the twenty-first century?
(14) She remembered shopping with her father in that shop for a twenty-first birthday present.
(15) And at this point not even the most optimistic swamis are predicting a balanced budget until well into the twenty-first century.
(16) She had first had her suspicions years before when he had sent her a photograph taken on his twenty-first birthday.
(17) But if those assumptions were ever right, as we head into the twenty-first century they are definitely out of date.
(18) Yes, all in all, a dreadful little show was being staged for me, up here on the twenty-first floor.
(19) Rather, they embody some very different assumptions about education and work for the twenty-first century.
(20) After only a very few years of teaching it becomes the twenty-first or the forty-ninth.
(21) The scene was more reminiscent of the nineteenth century than the twenty-first.
(22) They did not see a total breakdown happening until at least the second half of the twenty-first century.
(23) These arguments present questions of the meaning of the Twenty-first Amendment, the bounds of which have escaped precise definition.
(24) We face the vastly increased traffic projections for the twenty-first century with roads adequate to deal with the conditions of the nineteenth.
(25) It says a cultural revolution is necessary if students are to be adequately equipped for the twenty-first century.
(26) But the ratio would then fall sharply in the second and third decades of the twenty-first century.
(27) If fertility declines fast enough the line will level off sometime after the middle of the twenty-first century.
(28) After a slow and gradual depression, a month before my twenty-first birthday, his heart gave out.
(29) In a famous essay right after the Second World War, Time magazine founder Henry Luce referred to the twentieth century as the American century. To whom does the twenty-first century belong?
(30) When her hair is shorn so that her forehead may be branded, she will cry your twenty-first century tears.
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