a fourteenth in a sentence
1. On January 29 it returned to the top for a fourteenth and final week.
2. One example is found in a fourteenth-century Pavian codex.
3. A fourteenth civilian was to die later.
4. At Indianapolis, Busch had a fourteenth place showing.
5. a fourteenth-century bridge and gate;
6. A fourteenth virus has been described.
7. His best finish that year was a fourteenth place at Hickory.
8. A fourteenth shooting victim died four months later in June 1972.
9. A fourteenth episode later aired as a Christmas special.
10. It had a fourteenth that was destroyed during World War II.
11. John of Eschenden was a fourteenth-century English astrologer.
12. In May 2020, the series was renewed for a fourteenth season.
13. Sambucuccio d'Alando was a fourteenth-century Corsican revolutionary.
14. His best placed finish was a fourteenth in race one at Brands Hatch.
15. Duodecimber or Duodecember is similarly a fourteenth month.
16. tame slugs; donkeys; a fourteenth-century feast;
17. The rundlet was a seventh of a butt or a fourteenth of a tun.
18. The broadcaster later added a fourteenth episode to the series.
19. William of Exeter was a fourteenth-century English author.
20. The church possesses a fourteenth-century processional cross;
21. A fourteenth volume was added and released on February 4, 2014.
22. A fourteenth body was discovered lying on a tractor nearby.
23. Veg.. A fourteenth edition was published in 1784.
24. He is not running for reelection to a fourteenth term in 2020.
25. Sant Karmamela was a fourteenth-century poet saint from Maharashtra.
26. The horse was named after a fourteenth century Muslim historian.
27. She was re-elected to a fourteenth term with 69% of the vote in 2016.
28. It was a Fourteenth Amendment case.
29. On April 2, 2018, The CW renewed the series for a fourteenth season.
30. AM 227 fol. is a fourteenth century Icelandic illuminated manuscript.
- three groups
- Nuclear Mon-Khmer
- a taxon
- the larger family
- a disjunct distribution
- other languages
- the extant autochthonous languages
- the neighboring Kra
- later migrations
- the Latin words
- word structure
- an iambic "sesquisyllabic" pattern
- basic nouns
- an initial, unstressed, reduced minor syllable
- a stressed, full syllable
- This reduction
- modern languages
- phonological shapes
- the same original Proto-Austroasiatic prefixes
- the causative prefix
- CVC syllables
- consonant clusters
- single consonants
- word formation
- most Austroasiatic languages
- derivational prefixes
- almost completely non-existent
- most branches
- a few specialized exceptions
- other Austroasiatic branches
- unusually large vowel inventories
- some sort
- register contrast
- modal (normal) voice
- modal voice and creaky voice
- the Pearic branch
- the Vietic branch
- a three- or even four-way voicing contrast