"Notwithstanding being related to the word "four" (4), 40 is spelled "forty", and not "fourty". The reason is that etymologically (also in accents without the horse–hoarse merger), the words have different vowels, "forty" containing a contraction in the same way that "fifty" contains a contraction of "five". The letters of the word "forty" are in alphabetical order; this is the only number that has this linguistic property in English."
"It's 369 feet high. That's about twice the size of the Statue of Liberty (minus the foundation). ...The people who discovered it have never revealed its true location, which is somewhere in Humboldt Redwoods State Park. And though it has a nickname, "Stratosphere Giant," it is no longer the giant. It's been trumped.
The tallest of the tall is 379 feet 4 inches, 10 feet taller than the Giant. It's now called "Hyperion.""
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