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fourth

(fôrth)
adj.
1. Coming after third, as in order, place, rank, time, or quality.
2. Being the digit that is next to and on the outermost side of the third digit, as on a foot.

fourth n.
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At the start of his book, The Fourth Estate (1996), Jeffrey Archer wrote: "In May 1789, Louis XVI summoned to Versaillesa full meeting of the Estate General.
Writings On An Ethical Life by Peter Singer, published by Fourth Estate at pounds 15.
What is especially impressive about the NewsChannel5 team's work is that this is the second time their work has earned a Fourth Estate Award - a first in American Legion history," said Jimmie L.
He commended the dedicated efforts of Bahrain Journalists Association (BJA) to improve the living standard of media staff and ensure them suitable conditions to perform their duties, pledging full support to the fourth estate institution so as to perform its press and media responsibilities.
So don't hesitate to tell the truth," he said, pledging all support and respect for the fourth estate.
We are honored to bestow the Fourth Estate award on him this year in recognition of his truly remarkable achievements.
Faber & Faber are represented by two novels, Narcopolis by Jeet Thayli and Swimming Home by Deborah Levy; Bloomsbury by established author Will Self's Umbrella, and Fourth Estate by
THE CORRECTIONS (Jonathan Franzen: Fourth Estate, pounds 7.
Aintree clerk of the course John Parrett brings the wrath of the fourth estate down on his head when he announces that next year's Grand National will have a post time of
The brother recently got this note from the Skull and Bones command center: "In view of the political happenings in the barbarian world, I feel compelled to remind all of the tradition of privacy and confidentiality essential to the well being of our Order and strongly urge stout resistance to the seductions and blandishments of the Fourth Estate.
The Royal Office of the Fourth Estate and Public Information put out a release saying, "Monsieur de Voltaire is clever indeed, but we are not amused by his musings.
Walsh, the former president of the White House Correspondents Association, the journalist corps attached to the White House, escorts us along a path intended to grant the members of the fourth estate information concerning the operations of government.