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Day in Rome that is timeless (4)


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'day in rome' is the definition.
(Roman calendar term, as in the Ides of March)

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(Other definitions for ides that I've seen before include "March day Caesar died" , "Day in Roman months" , "March day fatal to Julius Caesar" , "Caesar was killed in this side of March" , "Julius Caesar was killed during the . . . . of March" .)

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