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  • noun A number of the Roman numeral: XLIV (44)

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Examples

  • Miami will have hosted more Super Bowls than any other city when Super Bowl XLIV is played on Feb. 7.

    A look back at the Super Bowl history in Miami

  • The Pro Bowl will be played the Sunday before Super Bowl XLIV, which is where the Colts hope to be.

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  • And naturally, the 'big event' Buck was talking about is Super Bowl XLIV, which is either how you say the number 44 in Roman or some type of new flu vaccination.

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  • Quarterback: The cameras will follow Manning's every move in the run-up to Super Bowl XLIV, which is no different than the way the Saints will treat him when the game kicks off.

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  • And naturally, the 'big event' Buck was talking about is Super Bowl XLIV, which is either how you say the number 44 in Roman or some type of new flu vaccination.

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  • And naturally, the 'big event' Buck was talking about is Super Bowl XLIV, which is either how you say the number 44 in Roman or some type of new flu vaccination.

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  • But Super Bowl XLIV capped what had been a storybook season for the New

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  • Twelve of the top 25 most viewed television programs in U.S. history were Super Bowls; more than 100 million or one out of three Americans watched Super Bowl XLIV on Feb. 7, 2010.

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  • The New Orleans Saints won Super Bowl XLIV two years ago with the league's best offense and its 25th-ranked defense.

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  • They might try to limit the number of possessions the Colts' offense got in a game, as the New Orleans Saints did in Super Bowl XLIV last year.

    Against Colts, Patience=Victory

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