palindromes


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palindromes

These are words or phrases that read the same backward or forward. They were often made into magic squares and were believed to have powerful magic properties.
Translations
palindromi
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Jim Beloff's new book on his original palindromes is available for $25 plus shipping at jim@fleamarketmusic.
A narrow connection between infinite binary words rich in classical palindromes and infinite binary words rich simultaneously in palindromes and pseudopalindromes (the so-called H-rich words) is demonstrated.
But first, we should discuss palindromes and one-to-one correspondence before starting this new type of graphing.
Filled with palindromes and puns, Smiley Face Sticker is an upbeat way to teach young ones more about their own language.
Although many palindromes match single letters, like the central letters of the Latin word scilicet, "it is obvious," which mirrors c and c, i and i, until it gets to the middle 1, Anna/Otto is closer to the Japanese palindrome, which is often made in a syllabary called kana that matches groups of letters, syllable to syllable, (2) probably deriving from ancient China, where characters indicated phrases or sentences, and patterned texts could he easily constructed.
Palindromes are words and phrases spelled the same way backwards and forwards.
And if the ones are written without serifs, the palindromes can be read either upside down or rightside up as well as backwards and forwards.
The resulting sequence showed that about 25% of the male-specific euchromatin on the Y consists of these eight palindromes and contains most of the Y's functional genes (Figure 3).
Perez of American Research Press to carry out a study on Smarandache generalized palindromes [1].
Taking liberties with rhymes, anagrams, puns, palindromes, free-verse, stream-of-consciousness, and other techniques, each work has a different natural rhythm, and all leave a vibrant imprint on the senses.
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