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Adj.1.63 - being three more than sixty63 - being three more than sixty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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In 62, or maybe 63 AD, he recited and published the first three books of the poem.
Hundreds of the coins were stamped with the head of Emperor Augustus, while hundreds more dated back to around 63 AD.
A "Gladiators Of The Empire" novel by James Duffy, Sand Of The Arena is the exhilarating tale of Quintus Honorius in the year of 63 AD. As son to one of the richest men in Rome, Quintus lives in a life of ease and luxury until an impostor steals both his name, family and social status, rendering Quintus disposable to the slave trade.