69

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Adj.1.69 - being nine more than sixty69 - being nine more than sixty    
cardinal - being or denoting a numerical quantity but not order; "cardinal numbers"
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He died in martyrdom in 62 or 69 AD. On Wednesday and Friday evenings every week of the year at 7pm, the St Vincent de Paul Society Ozanam Centre provides free hot meals, to all who show up, in our church hall.
Roman emperor Vitellius (69 AD) feasted at a banquet four times a day and dispatched the Navy to appropriate rare, exotic edibles like peacock brains.
Gwyn Morgan's 69 AD The Year of the Four Emperors (Oxford, 16.99 [pounds sterling]) is an account of what we have been told was one of the most chaotic, violent and frightening periods in all Roman history: a time of assassinations and civil wars, of armies so out of control that they had no qualms about occupying the city of Rome, and of ambitious men who seized power only to lose it, one after another.