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The convention is based on Exiguus' determination of the year in which Jesus Christ was born.

For instance, in the date AD 2001, the prefix "AD" stands for "Anno Domini" which is Latin for "the year of our Lord." Similarly, in the date 500 BC, the suffix "BC" stands for "Before Christ." In sixth century Europe, the concept of "zero" was still unknown. Furthermore, modern scholars believe Christ's birth was actually four years earlier than Exiguus thought.

Luckily for Smith, dating Spitzer is “forbidden” in that first kind of way: it engenders the disapproval of the ninth-grade social circle (played, with convincing prudishness and cattiness, by etc.). This qualifies Spitzer as “bad” in exactly two spheres: one, in his familial sphere, because he lied to his wife and possibly endangered her health, while humiliating her and his children, to boot.

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Fittingly, Spitzer is no longer married (following a lengthy separation, he and wife Silda Wall announced a divorce two days after the Post published pictures of his date with Smith); and he is no longer governor, resigning immediately after identified him as “Client 9” back in 2008.

Spitzer’s prior prostitution habit in no way handicaps his ability to be a good boyfriend going forward. “Terrible husband” is not an intractable characteristic, like “54 years old” or “has brown eyes”—it’s temporal and protean.

This is inconvenient when generating computerized lists because extra columns must be reserved for both prefixes and suffixes.

In recent years, some historical scholars have advocated the use of the religiously neutral abbreviations BCE (for "Before Common Era") to substitute for "BC," and "CE" (for "Common Era") to replace "AD." These secular terms are both used as suffixes making them better suited to computer generated tables.

Astronomical date numbering was developed for astronomical calculations and is used extensively throughout this web site.

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