Talk:Lustrum

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Huh?[edit]

This is a link in the article time as the definition for a 5-year period. Is the definition given in this article another definition or is the time article missing something in the definition? — Mercer5089 2006-07-20

The term lustrum no longer appears on the time page. It was probably removed because it is not a commonly used term. (Trivia: "lustrum" was used in the movie Rooster Cogburn (film)|Rooster Cogburn]].) — Loadmaster 23:46, 20 January 2007 (UTC)