• (noun): Position 14 in a countable series of things.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on fourteenth:

Gabriel J. Chin - In The News
... which focused on a 1937 law and the language of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, concluded that U.S ... eligible to be president?" concluded, after reviewing the Fourteenth Amendment and the applicable common law as interpreted by the Supreme Court of the United States, that President Barack Obama is a natural born ...
Fourteenth Army - Others
... Fourteenth Army (United Kingdom) Italian Fourteenth Army Fourteenth United States Army, a World War II 'phantom' force Soviet 14th Guards Army in Moldovia (see 14th Army involvement in Transnistria) Soviet ...
Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target
... Case Closed the Fourteenth Target, known as Detective Conan The Fourteenth Target (名探偵コナン 14番目の標的, Meitantei Konan Jūyon-banme ...
Burma Campaign 1944–1945 - Allied 1944–1945 Offensives - Allied Plans
... Combat Area Command, with support from the British Fourteenth Army ... Y", the major effort was to be made by Fourteenth Army, across the Chindwin River into Central Burma, with the aim of capturing Mandalay and linking up with the NCAC and Yunnan Chinese ... Under this, Fourteenth Army (supported by 221 Group RAF) would make the major offensive into Central Burma, where the terrain and road network favoured the British and Indian ...
... records are scarce while estimations range from the seventh to fourteenth century ... At its height between the thirteenth century and the beginning of fourteenth century, Tambralinga had occupied most of the Malay Peninsula and become one of the dominant Southeast Asian states ... By the end of the fourteenth century, Tambralinga was recorded in Siamese history as Nagara Sri Dharmaraja Kingdom ...

More definitions of "fourteenth":

  • (adj): Coming next after the thirteenth in position.
    Synonyms: 14th

Famous quotes containing the word fourteenth:

    The surprise of animals... in and out, cats and dogs and a milk goat and chickens and guinea hens, all taken for granted, as if man was intended to live on terms of friendly intercourse with the rest of creation instead of huddling in isolation on the fourteenth floor of an apartment house in a city where animals occurred behind bars in the zoo.
    Elizabeth Janeway (b. 1913)