What is another word for 130th?

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[ wˈɒnhˈʌndɹədən θˈɜːti͡əθ], [ wˈɒnhˈʌndɹədən θˈɜːti‍əθ], [ w_ˈɒ_n_h_ˈʌ_n_d_ɹ_ə_d_ə_n θ_ˈɜː_t_iə_θ]

The word "130th" represents a specific number in order when counting, and as such, it is not commonly used in everyday language. However, there are numerous synonyms for this number, such as one hundred and thirty, a hundred and thirty, and 130. Additionally, it can be expressed as the ordinal number one hundred and thirtieth or simply 130th. Other variations include the Roman numeral CXXX, or the fractional form thirteen-tenths. While synonyms for "130th" may not be frequently utilized in conversation, they are essential in mathematical calculations, specific dates, and other contexts where exact numerical values are crucial.

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Usage examples for 130th

In the beginning of the 1768, the Royal Society presented a memorial to his majesty, setting forth the advantages to be derived from accurate observations of this transit in different parts of the world; particularly from a set of such observations made in a southern latitude, between the 140th and 130th degrees of longitude, west from the Royal Observatory at Greenwich; and that vessels, properly equipped, would be necessary to convey the observers to their destined stations; but that the society were in no condition to defray the expence of such an undertaking.
"A Voyage Towards the South Pole and Round the World, Volume 1"
James Cook
As regards the execution of the 130th bar, Von Bulow says: "The acciaccature-prefixes-are to be struck simultaneously with the other parts, as also the shake in bar 134 and following bars; this must begin with the upper auxiliary note."
"Chopin: The Man and His Music"
James Huneker
He used to quote triumphantly from Shakespeare's 130th.
"John M. Synge: A Few Personal Recollections, with Biographical Notes"
John Masefield

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