# Numbers

## Meanings and phrases

n.

- the fourth book of the Old Testament; contains a record of the number of Israelites who followed Moses out of Egypt; Book of Numbers

n.

- an illegal daily lottery; numbers pool; numbers game; numbers racket

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- the fourth book of the Old Testament; contains a record of the number of Israelites who followed Moses out of Egypt; Numbers

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- (statistics) law stating that a large number of items taken at random from a population will (on the average) have the population statistics; Bernoulli's law

n.

- an illegal daily lottery; numbers pool; numbers racket; numbers

n.

- an illegal daily lottery; numbers game; numbers racket; numbers

n.

- an illegal daily lottery; numbers pool; numbers game; numbers

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- subspecies, varieties or ecotypes in large numbers.
- They began to arrive in large numbers in the 1860s.
- Other ancient sources give similarly large numbers.

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- This is the Archimedean property of real numbers.
- In other words, the real numbers are not countable.
- Rounding real numbers to integers is an example.

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- There are also small numbers of other minority groups.
- One deals with small numbers, often called subitizing.
- Wintering wildfowl include small numbers of whooper swan.

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- In these cases complex numbers are written as or .
- This leads to the polar form of complex numbers.
- Almost all real and complex numbers are transcendental.

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- the set of natural numbers N = {0, 1, 2, 3, ...}.
- First, place the natural numbers along the top row.
- An illustrative example is sets picked from the natural numbers.

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- Similarly, the east-west routes use increasing numbers from north to south.
- First Pakistani migrants came in the 1970s, with increasing numbers in the 1990s.
- That same afternoon and evening, she encountered increasing numbers of wounded soldiers.

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- Leopards are present in significant numbers.
- There are also significant numbers of Christians, Muslims.
- Navarre and Catalonia also registered significant numbers.

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- Herbert Ross choreographed the musical numbers.
- List of acts, scenes and musical numbers.
- Rare for the duo, it's a straight comedy with no musical numbers.

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- Eurostar passenger numbers continued to increase.
- Eurostar's passenger numbers initially failed to meet predictions.
- Within a year of launch, annual passenger numbers reached 17 million.

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- Daily more than 1000 numbers of people visiting this place.
- Escalators have the capacity to move large numbers of people.
- Spamigation Spamigation is mass litigation conducted to intimidate large numbers of people.

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- One of the guns had its serial numbers removed.
- The serial numbers of the prototypes were "101" to "106".
- SWCC imprinted all of their movements with serial numbers.

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- Business plans include 2 phone numbers as standard.
- in phone numbers), acronyms, arrows and many others.
- Ribbit Mobile worked with users’ existing phone numbers.

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- He has led great numbers of you astray.
- It's collected for the aquarium trade, but not in great numbers.
- They were however found in great numbers in the northern regions of Nandi.

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- Hindus are exist in comparatively smaller numbers.

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- ), which is often the field of the rational numbers.
- The set of rational numbers is not complete.
- First, formula_78 is considered for rational numbers "y" only.

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- Over 90% of Taylors Lakes telephone numbers begin with "9390".
- There are no area codes in Greenland, and all telephone numbers have 6 digits.
- New York Telephone gave some 718 telephone numbers a head start for service by several days.

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- Colonists now began purchasing slaves in larger numbers.
- French started to immigrate in larger numbers after 1763.
- Another deals with larger numbers in an approximate fashion.

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- It is proved that there are infinitely many prime numbers.
- That is, where ranges over the prime numbers less than or equal to .
- This property does not imply that "a" or "b" are themselves prime numbers.

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- Antony and Cleopatra had greater numbers of troops (i.e.
- With much greater numbers and heavier weapons, the British Army suppressed the Rising.
- With greater numbers came more diversity: Black and Hispanic student enrollment increased threefold.

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- Designated MG 18 TuF (), it was issued in limited numbers in late World War I.
- A 19" rack-mount version of both machines were also available in limited numbers.
- As it was sold in limited numbers, the rear-engine Corsair remained in production.

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- The Muslims, whose numbers he puts at 17,000, are "new Philistines".
- The text is divided according to the Ammonian Sections, whose numbers are given at the margin.
- The brightest illumination falls on the huddled victims to the left, whose numbers include a monk or friar in prayer.

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- Such high numbers from a state school are relatively rare.
- TTC16 is found in high numbers in the testis, followed by the lung, pituitary gland, and tonsil.
- Elephants tend to have high numbers of parasites, particularly nematodes, compared to other herbivores.

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- El Salvador's population numbers 6.1 million.
- The permanent population numbers about 95,900 (2018 est.
- The population numbers approximately 3000.

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- The Nairs had lost huge numbers of men in battles.
- Commercially, huge numbers of cacti are produced annually.
- They aggregate together in huge numbers.

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- It is operated with 22985/22986 train numbers on a weekly basis.
- It is operated with 19667/19668 train numbers on a weekly basis.
- It is currently being operated with 19317/19318 train numbers on weekly basis.

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- However, on May 25, 1927, several route numbers were revised, including Highways 5 and 6.
- Though capable of displaying destination signs, they were not fitted to show route numbers.
- As part of this change, trams would no longer display route numbers on their dot matrix destination screens.

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- Page numbers are given in parentheses.
- Individual canto numbers are given in bold for ease of reference.
- The values of the first 20 Bernoulli numbers are given in the adjacent table.

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- As the First World War approached, student numbers declined.
- Boosting student numbers was, he said, his immediate priority.
- The school closed again due to low student numbers in 1925, but reopened in 1931.

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- Despite Grant's superior numbers, he had manpower challenges.
- The Confederates withdrew under the pressure of superior numbers.
- Villars, with superior numbers, was able to keep Eugene guessing as to his true intent.

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- Matthews claimed he had his best overall season despite the low numbers.
- Hill End Primary School closed in 2006, due to very low numbers of enrolments.
- Wild tigers, Eld's deer, wild water buffaloes and hog deer are at critically low numbers.

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- The audience choice award went to Israfil and Yellow, which received equal numbers of votes.
- Another problem of loss of significance occurs when two nearly equal numbers are subtracted.
- Then Simonyi's result shows that there is a "t"-split with equal numbers of each real colour.

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- 70 trios may be shown as having different numbers, if any.
- Millers Fall and Sargent used different numbers to refer to the same planes.
- "L. glaucus" belongs to a group that can be divided into different numbers of species.

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- There were growing numbers of fights between whites and Indians.
- The growing numbers of the community contributed to the monks' primary apostolate, retreat work.
- To accommodate these growing numbers, the site at Jean Drapeau Park was expanded to a 42,500-person capacity.

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- Where marks are numbered red marks have even numbers and green marks have odd numbers.
- This provides a very close match to justly tuned ratios consisting only of odd numbers.
- The southern tip of the street (odd numbers till 9) faces the agreeable Jan Kochanowski Park.

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- The southern Plains Indians acquired vast numbers of horses.
- It was produced in vast numbers; by August 1941 well over 6,000,000 had been manufactured.
- Lemmings do migrate, and in vast numbers sometimes, but the deliberate march into the is false.

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- He recorded similar numbers during the 1953–1954 season.
- Arab immigration to the United States began in sizable numbers during the 1880s.
- Immigrants from Greece first started to settle in Baltimore in large numbers during the 1890s.

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- Almost all natural fatty acids, therefore, have even numbers of carbon atoms.
- Where marks are numbered red marks have even numbers and green marks have odd numbers.
- According to Davis, "Its great triumph was to prove that the sum of two even numbers is even".

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- Typically, this has meant that rolling higher numbers is better.
- Running PCMark produces a score with higher numbers indicating better performance.
- These higher numbers would be the focus of much of the controversy in the issue to come.

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- All numbers between 10 and 20 are formed regularly (e.g.
- Records show he recorded about 350 numbers between 1906 and 1917.
- The net effect was to swap the numbers between roads on opposing ends of the state.

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- electrons in an atom) are described by a set of quantum numbers.
- functions as real combinations of spherical harmonics (where and are quantum numbers).
- These quantum numbers include the three that define orbitals, as well as , or spin quantum number.

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- Street lights also in sufficient numbers for providing good lighting.
- They are better than paid workers, and can be had in sufficient numbers."
- He lacked sufficient numbers to defend the settlement, and he evacuated and abandoned .

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- The production numbers involved 84 skaters under dance director Henry Losee.
- The Pellicano remained a popular aircraft locally though production numbers are uncertain.
- American GA aircraft production numbers declined down from 18,000 in 1978 to 954 in 1993, an all-time low.

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- A series of other short song and dance numbers presume.
- She would have four dance numbers choreographed by herself and takes credit as the creative director.
- They perform his showband era hits, dance numbers, nationalist songs, modern contemporary songs and concert hits.

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- All day classes were consolidated here and pupil numbers increased rapidly.
- Despite tough economic times, membership numbers increased and the Club's notoriety grew.
- From 17,108 blacks in Kansas in 1870, the numbers increased to 43,107 in 1880 and 52,003 by 1900.

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- substantial numbers of electrons and holes recombine at the junction).
- In North Carolina, bobcats ("Lynx rufus") consumed substantial numbers of hispid cotton rats.
- Neither species was discovered in substantial numbers near the Falklands until the late 1980s.

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- They are used for generating random numbers and are commonly used in tabletop games.
- Dice can be used to generate random numbers for use in passwords and cryptography applications.
- 'ACE' also references the fact that instead of dice, cards can be used to generate random numbers.

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- "Ice Age art" attracted large visitor numbers and good reviews.
- Due primarily to falling visitor numbers the centre was redeveloped between 2009 and 2011.
- During Paul's tenure, visitor numbers increased from around 250,000 per annum, peaking at over 600,000.

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- Pennsylvania has one of the highest numbers of school districts in the nation.
- Pennsylvania has one of the highest numbers of school districts in the United States.
- The highest numbers of multilingual speakers lived in the Auckland, Wellington, and Canterbury regions.

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- Increasing numbers of students from Bangladesh are arriving to Britain since at least 2002.
- The massive numbers of students in one space easily caused fights to start, insubordination and a disturbance of peace.
- In his lectures and art classes, Hunt attracted large numbers of students, many of them from prominent Brahmin families.

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- as ordered lists of numbers such as "(t,x,y,z)".
- Some of these methods may work with non-natural numbers (numbers such as and ).
- There are numbers such as the cube root of 2 which are algebraic but not constructible.

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- A 2018 study of CDC data connected temperature rise to increased numbers of suicides.
- Recently, there has been increased numbers of Engineers and Medical Student from this region.
- By the 1880s, railroads brought increased numbers of settlers and ended the pueblos' isolation.

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- Chinese mathematicians were the first to use negative numbers.
- The four steps are: The engine represents negative numbers as ten's complements.
- It allows some of the edge weights to be negative numbers, but no negative-weight cycles may exist.

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- He instructed his followers to memorize his teachings on the significance of numbers and letters.
- Events are given a code, made of numbers and letters, describing the type of event and classification of the athletes competing.

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- Stanley, Grose, Rosenzweig, and Tom Lewis rejected such numbers.
- During exercises such numbers of soldiers would swell to over 250,000.
- According to the OEIS it is the largest publicly available database of such numbers.

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- In other words, the real numbers are not countable.
- Southern African numbers are not decreasing.
- In the UK these numbers are not displayed.

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- These systems have the letter "L" appended to their model numbers.
- New model numbers were assigned to distinguish them as new versions.
- Common model numbers for these batteries were NP-1, NP-1A and NP-1B.

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- The village school closed because of falling pupil numbers.
- By 1935, pupil numbers had reached 288.
- All day classes were consolidated here and pupil numbers increased rapidly.

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- The singles peaked at numbers 4 and 2 respectively on the UK singles chart.
- It peaked at numbers eight and 71 on the US "Billboard" Top Heatseekers and Alternative Albums record charts.
- In Australia and New Zealand, the song peaked at numbers four and five respectively and received gold certifications.

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- Consider the set of all numbers "ua" + "vb", where "u" and "v" are any two integers.
- There are two parts to the test: in the first, the targets are all numbers (1, 2, 3, etc.)
- For neuter nouns, the nominative and accusative forms are always the same, in all numbers.

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- There has been a rise in the numbers of women joining the combat PAF in recent years.
- Due to the longstanding economic instability of many of these nations, increasing numbers of women have been forced to turn towards the sex industry there for work.
- The term has been replaced by more neutral ones, as gender-specific job titles have fallen into disuse, and because many systems employ large numbers of women in the position.

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- There are considerable numbers of taxis, buses, and public transport trucks providing service in and around town.
- Despite it being long out of production, considerable numbers of Alouette II were still in service at the start of the 21st century.
- In the naval operations surrounding the battle, both sides lost considerable numbers of ships and aircraft, including the Japanese battleship .

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- Exit signs north of the interchange with US 6 previously included both miletabs and exit numbers before being replaced in 2007.
- Its route is similar to that of the Pacific Motorway and can be accessed directly via exit numbers 20 and 14 as well as by the Gateway Motorway.
- In 2018, the exit numbers at the interchanges for I-295 (Exits 60A-B) and U.S. Route 206 (Exits 1A-B) were renumbered to Exits 1 A-B and Exits 1 C-D, respectively.

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- The aleph numbers are indexed by ordinal numbers.
- He defined the cardinal and ordinal numbers and their arithmetic.
- Khmer ordinal numbers are formed by placing the word in front of a cardinal number.

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- Sometimes, other numbers are omitted: a 2 on its own or indicates , for example.
- On the residue-number criticism, Wrinch extended her model to allow for other numbers of residues.
- To form other groups, other numbers, and units of length, time or capacity can be used with sanga-.

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- LMS numbers in parentheses were not carried prior to withdrawal.
- Note: The numbers in parentheses are the tier of football for that season.
- LMS numbers in parentheses were not carried prior to rebuilding as G1 or withdrawal.

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- In the table below, the blue numbers represent the lowest ratings and the red numbers represent the highest ratings.

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- The reader guesses what the letters and numbers are supposed to represent in actual words.
- His projects, besides letters and numbers, included watches, doorknobs, checkers, chess and dice.
- Braille (a writing system for the blind) uses either 6 or 8 tactile 'points' from which all letters and numbers are formed.

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- Antony and Cleopatra had greater numbers of troops (i.e.
- Nevertheless East Tennessee supplied significant numbers of troops to the Federal army.
- The armed forces have deployed significant numbers of troops to the African Union Mission in Somalia since c. 2007.

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- Social engineering aims to convince a user to disclose secrets such as passwords, card numbers, etc.
- Journalist Saeed Shah travelled to Kasab's village and produced national identity card numbers of his parents.
- People could stand to lose much more than their credit card numbers in a world controlled by IoT-enabled devices.