(1) St Mary's College at present is akin to a sinking ship, and this nth round of cutbacks and strikes merely serves to raise the tide ever higher.(2) I mean, it's four o'clock in the morning as I write this, and I've just finished reading Scars for the nth time, and I don't want to go to bed with it swimming around in my head.(3) But really, would you want be the nth person to die after mixing coke and heroin?(4) The only reason to come out a day before the show opens (other than to see Bill Gates talk for the nth time) is to synthesize some of the 1,000 media kits.(5) I do actually think I had some great ideas for turning the book in to a movie - reading the book for the nth time - but I'm hopeful after this casting news.(6) I was just too aware of the mechanisms, the way that the actors were repeating for the nth time the same lines and movements.(7) Although this method had been used by earlier Arabic mathematicians to find approximations for the nth root of an integer, al-Tusi is the first that we know who applied the method to solve general equations of this type.(8) Euler starts with an nth degree polynomial p with the following properties.(9) So, whether a person is traveling for the first time or for the nth time, it is still best to keep in mind safety traveling tips so that the experience will be a gratifying one.(10) Space Mountain was my ride of choice - it seemed much faster than I remembered, and Star Tours was a good as ever despite it being my nth time.(11) For the nth time in my life, I find myself without a cellphone again.(12) He tells the Dinah Shore Show story for the nth time and then he waits for the interviewer to set him up for the ├ö├ç├┐buying his parents a VCR├ö├ç├û story.(13) Apart from anything else, knowing she's going to be spending the next nth number of weeks with them, she pretends to be Italian and from another Big Brother just to see what their reaction is.(14) Silently, and for the nth time since I have been here, I told myself, ├ö├ç├┐This is Hungary, Simon├ö├ç├û and headed out.(15) In 1909 Hilbert proved that given any integer n there is an integer m (depending on n) such that every integer is a sum of m nth powers.(16) This is the nth time over the past three weeks that my flight's been moved back at the last minute because of a meeting, and yet I can't find it in myself to be anything more than annoyed at the inconvenience of it.