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fifteen

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and five
2. a numeral, 15, XV, etc., representing this number
3. a rugby football team
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For the fifteenth day, Palestinian detainees continue the open hunger strike, which was launched on April 17, 2017 to achieve their basic rights, from which they are deprived and which they have achieved previously through hunger strikes.
This well-known and respected author is a master storyteller who offers an authoritative and thoroughly researched survey of the role of the Fifteenth in World War II.
Tillman's book is in large part a summary of the numerous missions flown against Nazi Germany by the Fifteenth Air Force in Eastern Europe.
In its Report, the Executive Board notes that the work on the Fifteenth Review has so far been delayed because the quota and governance reforms agreed in 2010 (2010 Reforms) had not been implemented.
Fifteenth Air Force Against the Axis: Combat Missions over Europe during World War II.
The hotels and caterers shall submit the monthly return along with the payment of tax due by the fifteenth day of the following month provided in respect of supplies made by the clubs, the due date for filing of return and deposit of tax due shall be the fifteenth day of the second month following the month in which supplies were made by the club.
Auto Business News-December 14, 2010--Dana Holding Corporation opens fifteenth technical centre(C)1994-2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Better Homes & Gardens New Cookbook, fifteenth edition
As an art historian, I was startled to read in the Nov/Dec issue of Women's Review of Books that Rubens's Three Graces depicts the female body ideal of the fifteenth century.
Ilardi argued that the large quantities of eyeglasses that the Dukes of Milan ordered in these letters showed that Florence was a leading manufacturer of eyeglasses in the fifteenth century.
This study of fifteenth century humanist writings, as well as their medieval predecessors, has broad relevance to early-modern historiography.
This essay examines three recent books focused on the fifteenth century--Robert Meyer-Lee's Poets and Power from Chaucer to Wyatt (Cambridge U.