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Ryser told the board that she once asked her daughter, now a ninth-grader, if the girl felt safe at school.

In 2019, the school de-tracked geometry, the math class most ninth-graders take.

Wander Suero was perfect in the eighth, but Austin Voth surrendered a solo homer to Omar Narváez in the ninth.

Eight Liberty players are north of 40 percent from deep, and a ninth, Rebecca Allen, is a skilled perimeter shooter whose shooting percentage is likely to revert to the mean in the coming games.

That’s not a bad place to start, a road map for Martinez from the sixth through the ninth, with plenty of mix-and-match options.

The Eighty-ninth Congress was potentially more fertile ground for the broad range of controversial programs on his dream agenda.

That makes New York the ninth state to require such coverage.

I know the verse because Mrs. Bertalan used to have us do it in ninth-grade choir.

Maybe all journeys should be imagined as a single day, short as a trip to the corner or long as a life in its ninth decade.

All of the objects are believed to have been buried between the mid-ninth and 10th centuries.

He directed the Ninth Symphony, and played twice himself with orchestral accompaniments.

Methodius and Cyril, who were sent missionaries to the Sclavonians in the ninth century.

Its most important compound is water, of which it forms one-ninth, the other eight-ninths consisting of oxygen.

Now the king sat in the winter house, in the ninth month: and there was a hearth before him full of burning coals.

The cathedral is one of the oldest in England, having been mainly built in the Ninth Century.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to ninth, such as: nonagon, enneadic, and novenary.

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