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Usage examples for hundredth

  1. A human life would not suffice for the examination of a hundredth part of these. – Thomas Henry Huxley; A Sketch Of His Life And Work by P. Chalmers Mitchell
  2. This the maid, for the hundredth time since he had come, did. – The Way of the Gods by John Luther Long
  3. It does not appear that he specified a hundredth part of their duties. – The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus by American Anti-Slavery Society
  4. It ends, of course, in poor Gladwin knowing about a hundredth part of what is going on in the world, and thinking that it's d- d bad. – Father Payne by Arthur Christopher Benson
  5. " One one- hundredth of a grain of this strength, perhaps less, will render a person unconscious," replied Garrick. – Guy Garrick by Arthur B. Reeve
  6. A quantity of water thus held would be equivalent to about one hundredth part of the whole volume of the ocean. – Dry-Farming by John A. Widtsoe
  7. One and all assume that Titian lived into his hundredth year, and, therefore, was born in 1476- 7; and starting with this theory as a fact, they have tried to fit in Vasari's account as best they can, and each has found a different solution of the problem. – Giorgione by Herbert Cook
  8. And then she vowed for the hundredth time, that his unstinted devotion should meet with its just due, and that never, never should Martin suspect how she had had to battle with herself before she could conquer the feeling that her love was a shame to her. – The Locusts' Years by Mary Helen Fee
  9. He devoted himself, not to the hundredth part of the English nation; and yet he was surprised that he was left one morning without an army! – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3) by Isaac Disraeli
  10. It is only when we have seen it for the hundredth time that we see it for the first time. – Varied Types by G. K. Chesterton
  11. But his best was but little, as speed, though it did credit to his age; for old Simon was said to be in his hundredth year. – Somehow Good by William de Morgan
  12. The Land League, the name of which was changed to the Irish National League in the early '80's, having prepared the path to eventual victory, declined in potency after the political movement was divided into Parnellites and Anti- Parnellites in 1890. The elements composing these rival parties were, through the initiative of William O'Brien, M. P., and in commemoration of the one hundredth anniversary of the United Irishmen of Wolfe Tone's day, joined in 1898 under the name of the United Irish League, John E. Redmond becoming the first president, and also the chairman of the Parliamentary Party which it had been instrumental in uniting. – The Glories of Ireland by Edited by Joseph Dunn and P.J. Lennox
  13. They would have saved their money had they known that only a hundredth part of the flour is changed through fermentation. – Editorials-from-the-Hearst-Newspapers by Brisbane, Arthur
  14. In the six hundredth year of Noah's life, in the second month, on the seventeenth day of the month, on the same day were all the fountains of the great deep broken up, and the windows of heaven were opened. –  by
  15. Don't you know that every brave man aboard gets a two hundredth lay of the bone we trade or capture? – The Ice Pilot by Henry Leverage
  16. Carey, of course, has said for the hundredth time that I am ruining him, and bringing his red hair in sorrow to the tomb. – In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  17. I am the hundredth, and I have had great experience. – The Intriguers by William Le Queux
  18. Let us now assume that the skate is so far sunken in the ice as to bear for a length of two inches, and for a width of one- hundredth of an inch. – The Birth-Time of the World and Other Scientific Essays by J. (John) Joly
  19. He was at liberty to go whither he pleased, and not unnaturally his steps, for the hundredth time, perhaps, passed the door through which he could catch a glimpse of the young girl, who, with apparent hopelessness, and yet with such pathetic patience, was fighting a long battle with disheartening adversity. – Without a Home by E. P. Roe
  20. There, staring out over the dark fields and dark sea, by the side of which Harbinger was riding home, she put her hand up to her, lips, and thought for the hundredth time: " So that's what it's like!" – The Patrician by John Galsworthy
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