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fifth

1. 
a. one of five equal or nearly equal parts of an object, quantity, measurement, etc.
b. (as modifier): a fifth part
2. the fraction equal to one divided by five (1/5)
3. Music
a. the interval between one note and another five notes away from it counting inclusively along the diatonic scale
b. one of two notes constituting such an interval in relation to the other
4. an additional high gear fitted to some motor vehicles

Fifth

An enhanced version of FORTH. M.S. Dissertation, Cliff Click <cliff@cs.rice.edu>, Texas A&M, 1985. Available from the Software Construction Co, (409)696-5432.
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Fifthly, as the CRESC researchers note, there really is a need to foster diversity in the banking system.
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Fifthly, institutions should be established for training young workers in the fishing sector."
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Fifthly, there is constant reference throughout the text to human rights, the class struggle, universal values, and the emancipation of humanity.
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Fifthly, the Commission called for savings from SMEs via awareness-raising campaigns.
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Fifthly, there is a desire to reduce the import bill by encouraging local production which would at the same time encourage diversification, but more importantly create local employment to help solve Libya's high youth unemployment.
including among [Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri's] Future Movement." Fifthly, "The deployment of the Lebanese army and its inability to take the initiative ...
Fifthly, the fund can transfer goods from one area of Libya to another in order to try to stabilize and unify high prices.