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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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Investigators generally are able to employ this method of evidence-gathering without violating either the subjects' Fourth Amendment rights to be free from unreasonable searches and seizures, (3) or their statutorily created rights, regardless of where the intercepted communications are uttered.
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