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forty-five in Recording topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishforty-fiveˌforty-ˈfive noun [countable]  1 (also 45)APMTCR a small record with one song on each side2 (also .45, Colt 45) trademarkPMW a small gun
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forty-fiveIn 1925 forty-five Chicago judges voted to prohibit cameras in state courtrooms during judicial proceedings.He was about forty-five, and seemed devoid of personality.A lot of my friends are now changing careers, changing wives at forty, forty-five.