The 45th best novel of all times is Brideshead Revisited, by Evelyn Waugh, according to the BBC.
Elizabeth I ruled 45 years, until her death in 1603.
45th largest city in the world is Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (population 5,068,000).
Number 45 on the American Film Institute's top 100 movie quotes list is Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire: STELLLLLLLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
The anniversary gift for year 45 is sapphire. Feel free to send along gifts in keeping with this fine tradition; slight tardiness is perfectly understandable.
The 45th state to be admitted to the US of A was Utah, in 1896.
The 45th highest peak in the world is Changste in the Tibetan Himalayas.
+45 is the telephone country code for Denmark.
The 45th post on this blog was written June 26, 2005.
The 45th most livable city in the world according to Business Week is my kind of town: Chicago, IL. (Chitown seems to be tied for 44th with Washington DC, which leaves my home away from home occupying the 45th place on the list.)
The 45th speech on a list of the top 100 American speeches of all times is William Jennings Bryan, with a speech titled "Against Imperialism".
Forty-five is a triangular number, a hexagonal and 16-gonal number, a Kaprekar number, and a Harshad number. (I don't understand a word of that, but it sounds good, doesn't it?)
45 is the atomic number of rhodium, a rare, and (ahem) silvery white transition metal. (Highly appropriate, says the new 45 year old.) It is also a precious metal and one of the most expensive.
Hoy he cumplido 45.
Liking it, so far.