Thesaurus / eighty-six
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Eighty-six years later came another 19th of April, also famous.
The whole number, including non-commissioned officers and men, amounted to one thousand and eighty-six.
But eighty-six years are a heavy load on the shoulders even of a giant.
He is eighty-six years old, and his manners and appearance were dignified in the extreme.
I have now before me a list of eighty-six assumptions of this sort in the Origin of Species alone.
They sailed on the brig Washington, which carried eighty-six passengers, mostly from the parishes of Hvideseid and Laurdal.
On our way to the river we came to a village whose sole street was adorned with one hundred and eighty-six human skulls.
A BOOK OF DISCOVERYMARGARET BERTHA (M. B.) SYNGE
He lived to the age of eighty-six, and was all his life one of the most influential and respected men of his period.
He drew up a bill against the Teutons for one thousand and eighty-six milliards of francs.
She had concealed two years of her age, for she pretended to be only eighty-four, while she was really eighty-six years old.
THE MEMOIRS OF THE LOUIS XIV. AND THE REGENCY, COMPLETEELIZABETH-CHARLOTTE, DUCHESSE D'ORLEANS

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