twelfth

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  • The twelfth letter is about physical education while the last two letters talk about moral and religious education.
  • The country ranked twelfth in the world for its number of active troops in service.
  • But their form improved during the final weeks of the season and they finished a secure twelfth.
  • The school district provides education beginning with half-day kindergarten through twelfth grade.
  • Empire named it the twelfth-greatest TV show of all time.
  • On his death the titles passed to his only son, the twelfth Earl.
  • In the twelfth century, the river was less remote from the city than it is today.
  • The fulfillment of this plan did not take place until the early twelfth century.
  • During the ten seasons that followed, Blackpool could finish no higher than twelfth place.
  • Its origins date back to the twelfth century and between two and three million visitors are drawn into the city.
  • This was even more true after the Twelfth Night attack.
  • He died without surviving male issue and was succeeded by his half-brother, the twelfth Earl.
  • The school district provides education for the city's youth beginning with all-day kindergarten through twelfth grade.
  • They dropped to twelfth place in the County Championship, which was then their lowest-ever position.
  • Each presidential election since has been conducted under the terms of the Twelfth Amendment.
  • Most date to the twelfth century and sixty of them survive today.
  • The show is now in its twelfth season.
  • For some, Twelfth Night remains the biggest night for parties and gift-giving.
  • During the eleventh and twelfth centuries, Boston grew into a notable town and port.
  • The school was originally a fully inclusive school for students in first through twelfth grades with its own sports program.
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Words starting with twelfth

Meaning of twelfth

  • noun Position 12 in a countable series of things