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forty

1. the cardinal number that is the product of ten and four
2. a numeral, 40, XL, etc., representing this number
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The acquisition will enable the family-owned, forty-year-old transportation services company to expand its commuter bus services beyond the Bay Area to markets across the country.
Whitman's Sampler, a forty-year-old lock of my hair tied with red
Synopsis: Mattie Collins, age eighteen, marries her third husband, a forty-year-old man she mistakenly believes she knows.
Forty-year-old Yousuf works as sales manager in the mobile phone industry in Dubai Airport Freezone (DAFZA).
Forty-year-old Mansell then agonisingly missed two clean shots at tops and one at double 10 to secure a famous victory.
Forty-year-old Bales was convicted of killing 16 Afghan civilians in the early morning hours of March 11, 2012, when he raided the villages of Balandi and Alkozai in Kandahar province.
Forty-year-old TreviEaAo Morales became the head of the Zetas following the death of its former leader, Heriberto Lazcano, in a shootout with Mexican marines in October of 2012.
I'm a real person, so it's a statement to say, 'Alright, I'm a forty-year-old woman, and this is what you get with no plastic surgery.
On 19 February, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that the new Office of Religious Freedom will be headed by forty-year-old Catholic scholar, Andrew Bennett.
Forty-year-old Ged Lynn, from Jarrow, rode 900 miles through 26 counties to raise money for the work of the British Tinnitus Association, who helped him after he inexplicably developed the condition three years ago.
Police said two armed robbers entered Memon Mosque bazaar in Bolton Market area to loot a shop, and opened fired on a shopkeeper over his resistance, killing forty-year-old Shams on the spot.
Forty-year-old Martin Finney told Worcester Crown Court jurors that he took Entonox gas from his employers, Ambuline, without their knowledge or consent.