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thirty

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and three
2. a numeral, 30, XXX, etc., representing this number
3. the amount or quantity that is three times as big as ten
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Johanna Hishinawa Angola (25) was brutally murdered by her thirty-year-old boyfriend on 3 August after he stabbed her eight times.
A thirty-year-old is about to start life with a new job and wife, but he is plagued by the question.
Thirty-year-old Dalrymple, who played 27 one-day internationals in 2006 and 2007, has been training at Lord's and has decided to give first-class cricket another go after contemplating a job in the City of London.
THIRTY-YEAR-OLD Taiwanese woman Liu Hui-Fen didn't leave her house for days on end as she furiously completed a mind-numbing jigsaw puzzle.
Thirty-year-old Captain Julian Pooley died in an accident in Belize, Central America, in 1994 while serving with the 12th/14th Lancers.
A THIRTY-YEAR-OLD man stands a one in three chance of suffering from a critical illness such as cancer, a heart attack or a stroke before the age of 65; the figure is one in five for women (Source: Munich Re (2002)).
A THIRTY-year-old woman has been jailed for two years after pleading guilty to stealing pounds 165,000 from her employer.
Thirty-year-old Andrew Middleton, from Whitchurch, Cardiff, will attempt to swim 5,880 metres on board a cruise ship next May to raise money for Children In Need - and break the British freestyle 1,500m record.
The third friend is thirty-year-old Darren now a nurse at a local hospital and a fitness freak seeking play-time away from his increasingly obese wife.
You raise your cup of tea To toast a thirty-year-old memory, in
Thirty-year-old Bart Banfield, one of the youngest superintendents in the country, is helping Oklahoma's Stidham Public Schools to shatter stereotypes about rural schools' access to technology.
Thirty-year-old Casper - the youngest boss in the League - had picked teenage midfielder Adams as a makeshift striker.