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fourteen

1. the cardinal number that is the sum of ten and four
2. a numeral, 14, XIV, etc., representing this number
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From this moment, music, lights, flowers, beauties, all became odious and insipid to Louis XIV.
It was not the first time, as it appeared, that the eyes of the officer had met those eyes, and he was perfectly acquainted with the expression of them; for, as soon as he had cast his own look upon the countenance of Louis XIV.
The acceleration date for XIV is expected to be February 21, 2018, which is three business days after the accelerated valuation date.
com Lombarky Puppy Bowl XIV trophy, all of the adoptable, four-legged players will be winners as they will most likely find their forever homes at the end of the event.
American Airlines Sky Ball XIV, in support of the Air Power Foundation, closed with a special performance by Grammy Award-winning country music artist, Tim McGraw.
The period drama depicting the decadent reign of King Louis XIV continues.
He says: "Even in our limited [British] education, I had heard that Louis XIV and his court was an environment in which sexual politics was rife.
Guy said: "Alexandre Bontemps was probably more trusted by Louis XIV than any other person and this trust was earned by his great discretion.
Japan and Kazakhstan take over the Article XIV Presidency from Hungary and Indonesia, whose foreign ministers chaired the Article XIV Conference in 2013.
While he became the apple of many eyes, Chesty XIV was eyed with envy by the current mascot, Sgt.
El volumen es un avance de este gran proyecto y recoge, de forma mas concreta, la correspondencia entre Luis XIV y los reyes espanoles durante 1707, un ano crucial para el desarrollo de la guerra de Sucesion.
In 1710, the government of Louis XIV (1643-1715) implemented a tax on income from property that violated one of the principles of French society at the time, says McCollim, because it took account only of the income and disregarded the social status of the property owner.