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Adj.1.33 - being three more than thirty33 - being three more than thirty  
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Our hero in this case is Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a clever and ambitious Roman tribune in Judaea circa 33 AD, tasked by Pilate (Peter Firth) to seal and guard Jesus' tomb so his followers can't steal his body and claim he was resurrected -- then, when the body disappears anyway, to find out what happened.
Her challenge was to create movement that would look at home in a story set in 33 AD and also in 2012.
That's nothing, though, compared with what Mary Magdalene posts on Sunday, March 22, 33 AD at 5:15 a.
Back then, Wiesbaden had only 36 inhabitants, but it already had an established reputation for its beneficial hot springs: the bricks from 33 AD found during construction work on the hotel's site prove that the ancient Romans treated their ailments here.