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numeral

(nū′mĕr-ăl) [L. numerus, number]
1. Denoting or pert. to a number.
2. A conventional symbol expressing a number.
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Four is well known as the only cardinal number truthful in number of letters per name.
If [alpha] = [absolute value of A] and [beta] = [absolute value of B] are cardinal numbers such that there is an injection from A to B we say that [alpha] is smaller than [beta]; if, further, the sets A, B are not equipotent, we say that [alpha] is strictly less than [beta] and we write [alpha] [?
If [alpha],[beta] are infinite cardinal numbers then [alpha] + [beta] = [alpha] x [beta] = max{[alpha],[beta]}.
Then, nouns, cardinal numbers and adjectives are removed from the list.
Even though a few words on the stop-word list may have been affected, it is expected that this limitation would not affect the basic decisions to remove adjectives, nouns and cardinal numbers from the stop-word list or the outcome of the study.
Here are some new shiftgrams for cardinal numbers, with the letter-shift value in the center.
My November 2002 article explored shiftgrams of cardinal numbers, chemical elements, color names, letters of the Greek alphabet, US statenames, days of the week, and planets of the Solar System.
If you move away from cardinal numbers to ordinal numbers, what anagram examples exist in the range "January first" to "December thirty-first"?
Cleary again defends Aristotle against those who claim he misunderstood Plato's distinction between ordinal (Form Number) and cardinal numbers (mathematical number), and he champions Aristotle's interpretation that Form Numbers consist of units.
Since then, no other transposal material has appeared for the cardinal numbers TWENTY ONE and upwards.
Seven lists follow: cardinal numbers, chemical elements, colors, letters of the Greek alphabet, US statenames, days of the week, and planets of the solar system.