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Adj.1.45 - being five more than forty45 - being five more than forty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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Then, on January 1 of the year 45 AD, the first version of the modern calendar was introduced by Julius Caesar.
Pliny, the Roman historian devoted an entire chapter in his encyclopedic work to the exchange of ambassadors between A'pura and Emperor Claudius' Rome in 45 AD. Chinese scholar Fa-Hsien who studied there for two years in the 4th century, described a planned city with handsome, richly adorned buildings.