forty-six : Definition, Usages, News and More
- s being six more than forty
- In the case of children who are residents of the Republic of the Philippines, Or were legally adopted by servicemen before July five, nineteen forty-six Consult your Internal .
- Now forty-six, Trammell is pernickety about his clothes, neat as a pin around his office.
News & Articles
- Among Conservatives, Concerns Grow Over New School Standards
Forty-six states and Washington, D.C., have signed on to the Common Core State Standards, a set of K-12 standards meant to ensure that students are reaching the same learning benchmarks nationwide. But as states begin implementing the standards, many conservatives have come out against them.
June 24, 2013 - NPR
- 46 people arrested Sunday in Polk County
Forty-six people were arrested and booked into the Polk County Jail Sunday, jail logs show.
June 24, 2013 - The Des Moines Register
- An L.A. antiwar protest whose reverberations were felt nationwide
Forty-six years ago today, Los Angeles was rocked by a violent police response to a peaceful demonstration against the Vietnam War. I don't know if it's taught in schools, or if anyone besides the people who were there remember it.
June 23, 2013 - Stars and Stripes
- Bill Clinton in Journal Gazette and Times-Courier
One-hundred forty-six years later, you gave Stephen Colbert a degree to give his ratings a boost ...... 2007, you're giving me an honorary degree so I can be attacked by Stephen Colbert,Clinton joked.
- Charles Mee in Times of India
On setting his play in the Queens, which does have a road named Queens Boulevard with storefronts and apartment buildings running through it, Mee said: "Queens is like no other place on earth. Forty-six percent of its residents are foreign born."