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At last, there were very distinct allusions made by the oldest gentleman of the party to one Whitecross Street, at which the young gentleman, notwithstanding his primeness and his spirit, and his knowledge of life into the bargain, reclined his head upon the table, and howled dismally.
This turns out to be true because the negation of one of the listed features, evenness, is entailed by the essences of the other two, primeness and being greater than 2--i.
In order to formulate conditions equivalent to primeness that will be used in the sequel, we define [m.