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leetspeak

(ˈliːtˌspiːk)
n
(Computer Science) a jargon used by some internet groups, in which standard English is translated into a mixture of letters, numerals, and symbols found on a computer keyboard. Also called: 1337
[C20: from elite + -speak]

leetspeak

A form of online jargon in which alphabetical characters are habitually replaced by numerical or nonalphanumerical characters (such as hyphens, underscores, and punctuation symbols) For example the word “leet” may be spelled “l33t.” Deliberate misspellings are also common. For example “cool” is commonly spelled “kewl.”
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For more information about the opening, call event organiser Helen Edwards on 029 2089 1337.
The Duke of Westminster's wealth can be traced back to 1677, while Prince Charles, the largest individual landowner in England, traces his Duchy lands back to 1337.
Guillaume took holy orders and in 1323 entered the service of John of Luxembourg, king of Bohemia, who in 1337 appointed him canon of Reims cathedral.
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Shuying Qi, 43, of Moorpark, the owner of Chinese Acupuncture Center, 1337 E.