• (noun): Position 20 in a countable series of things.
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Some articles on twentieth:

Camera Works: Photography And The Twentieth-Century Word
... Camera Works Photography and the Twentieth-Century Word is a work of literary and cultural studies by Michael North, a professor of English at UCLA ... In Camera Works Photography and the Twentieth-Century Word, North examines the relationship between literary modernism and new media technologies in the early twentieth ...
List Of State Leaders In 1130s BC - Africa - Egypt: New Kingdom
... Type Name Title Royal house From To Refs Sovereign Ramesses VI Pharaoh Twentieth dynasty 1145 BC 1137 BC Sovereign Ramesses VII Pharaoh Twentieth dynasty 1137 BC 1130 BC Sovereign Ramesses VIII Pharaoh Twentieth ...
The Unfinished Twentieth Century
... In the 2001 book The Unfinished Twentieth Century, author Jonathan Schell suggests that an essential feature of the twentieth century was the development of humankind's capacity for self-destruction, with the ...
Trams In Australia
... public transport in many of the country's cities and towns in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries ... As the twentieth century wore on, trams fell out of favour and most networks closed or were severely cut back ... A revival in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries has seen trams return to some of the larger cities and existing networks extended ...
Monotype Grotesque
... The lowercase characters a, e, g, and t follow the model of twentieth century English romans ... Grotesk, or its own contemporaries Futura, and Gill Sans, it remained a steady seller through the twentieth century, and is found in early twentieth century avant garde ...

More definitions of "twentieth":

  • (adj): Coming next after the nineteenth in position.
    Synonyms: 20th

Famous quotes containing the word twentieth:

    In the twentieth century one of the most personal relationships to have developed is that of the person and the state.... It’s become a fact of life that governments have become very intimate with people, most always to their detriment.
    —E.L. (Edgar Lawrence)

    The descendants of Holy Roman Empire monarchies became feeble-minded in the twentieth century, and after World War I had been done in by the democracies; some were kept on to entertain the tourists, like the one they have in England.
    Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)

    War is bestowed like electroshock on the depressive nation; thousands of volts jolting the system, an artificial galvanizing, one effect of which is loss of memory. War comes at the end of the twentieth century as absolute failure of imagination, scientific and political. That a war can be represented as helping a people to “feel good” about themselves, their country, is a measure of that failure.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)