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being four more than forty

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Later, he was beheaded by King Herod in the year 44 AD and legend says that his followers sent his body back to the Iberian Peninsula to be buried where he rightfully belongs.
Across: 1 Nestling; 5 Wasted; 10 James Kelman; 16 Earth; 18 Zirconia; 19 Cavort; 20 Axis; 22 Exalt; 23 Recipe; 24 Library; 25 Aviator; 26 Flee; 29 Pete; 30 Baldy Man; 32 Elite; 36 Evita; 38 Drifter; 39 Rein; 40 Endow; 42 Last post; 44 Ad lib; 45 Aorta; 47 Inch; 48 Dappled; 50 Beanbag; 51 Ditches; 52 Enact; 53 Norman; 54 Hamilton; 56 Vandal; 58 Youngster; 59 Sheet; 61 Keg; 63 Rye; 65 Own; 66 RSI; 67 Rim; 69 Lum; 71 Gavin; 74 Livestock; 78 Zodiac; 80 Accredit; 81 Minion; 82 Rhino; 84 Sweeten; 86 Ecstasy; 87 Oversee; 88 Hobo; 89 Nairn; 90 Tiree; 91 Galloway; 93 Train; 95 Sane; 96 Nankeen; 99 Nomad; 100 Outdo; 102 Adhesive; 104 Oust; 108 Wane; 111 Tempest; 113 Against; 114 Afloat; 116 South; 117 Sill; 118 Senior; 119 Modulate; 120 Spode; 121 Achievement; 122 Aghast; 123 Greatest;
The Celts, whose words are found particularly in Wales and Scotland, arrived about 400 BC; followed by the Romans, who conquered much of our island in 44 AD and stayed until the fifth century, leaving their Latin names.
Weakley told E&P that usually there are about 44 ads in the Sunday listings alone of TV Times.