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forty-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.
Forty-five, thethe Forty-fiveForty-five, the  another name for the jacobite rising of 1745, when the Scottish prince, Bonnie Prince Charlie, led an attempt to bring back the Stuart family of Britain. It failed when his army was defeated at the Battle of culloden.
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