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Twenty-one-and-a-half million students participate in free or reduced-price school lunch programs.

Twenty-one of them are Kurdish activist journalists and 30 are women and children.

Put that first twenty-one years of life in your David Copperfield pipe and smoke it.

He had been decorated for bravery nineteen times in his twenty-one-year career.

It is now about five p.m. and the temperature is one hundred and twenty-one degrees Fahrenheit.

After my sister married I took care of my father until I was twenty-one, when he died—four years ago.

But the work of life does not begin till education ends at the age of twenty-one.

This organ comprised no less than ninety-five ranks of Mixture, including two stops of twenty-one and twenty ranks, respectively.

During the whole of 1813 that engine was reported to average a duty of twenty-one millions.

During the year 1814 Dolcoath great engine, with a cylinder of 63 inches in diameter, did twenty-one and a half millions nearly.


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to twenty-one, such as: poker, roulette, bingo, bridge, canasta, and craps.

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