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Which word should come first in a noun phrase, the ordinal adjective or the numeral?

To amplify on another answer, neither phrase is correct; only “the thirteen original colonies” is correct, as there were no other colonies following the original thirteen, since the Revolution ended ...
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Which word should come first in a noun phrase, the ordinal adjective or the numeral?

What you call "numerals" are in fact cardinal numbers, otherwise called cardinals (one, two, three, fouur, …); the set of all numerals consists, of the cardinal numbers and of the ordinal ...
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How should I hyphen decimal numbers written in letters (that contains the word "point" and "and")?

I have only come across conflicting information concerning whether or not to hyphenate decimals expressed in words. However, I will provide you with some knowledge, that I hope you form the habit of ...
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