Re: Verbal memeticism

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Date: Mon Nov 26 2001 - 04:30:32 GMT

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    Hi Philip A.E. Jonkers -

    >We start
    >at the middle, trace out a counter-clockwise circle go up and trace out
    >another clock-wise circle finishing at the same central point.

    Which puts a little tail in the middle. Usanian 8's have a feather in
    their cap.

    Still means the same number. Well, in base 10.

    - Wade

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