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Adj.1.180 - being ten more than one hundred seventy180 - being ten more than one hundred seventy
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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The Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius ruled from 161 to 180 AD, and developed a reputation for being the ideal wise leader Plato termed the "philosopher king." Marcus has remained relevant for 1,800 years largely due to his writings collected as "Meditations," which President Bill Clinton has said is one of his favorite books.
Googling a runner Marc Aurele 4.30 Ffos Las The great roman emperor, known in English-speaking quarters as Marcus Aurelius, reigned supreme in Rome between 161 and 180 AD. Described as 'the man who saved the empire' he had to tackle growing opposition from many frontiers from areas of christian religion to the barbarous regions of northern Italy.