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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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Many children referred to zero, describing it as 'the crack between you and your body when you lie on the floor', 'nothing, but when you write it down, it is something', 'like an "O" as well', and 'even though you can see it (the numeral), it is still nothing'.
The posttraining test scores for Sara, Mark, and Ann showed emergence of accurate matching of printed words to numeral samples, a performance demonstrating symmetry of the trained relations (i.e., the functions of the sample and comparison were reversed without disrupting performance).
A wave of the hand deletes the previous numeral and the operation is performed by using the input second numeral.
Students played a game in which they drew two cards, each containing either a set of 3/4-inch dot stickers or a numeral, and took dinosaur counters to represent the total.
Simply styled while still retaining an air of elegance, the 5571 U Boat watch is defined by a black genuine calf leather strap and matte beige dial, which features bold black hands, indices, and Arabic numerals at the 4, 8, and 12 o'clock marks.
Figure 2(b) shows the display image when the operator was touched the button image of the numeral 1.
(9.) Chrisomalis cites Greenberg's paper "Generalizations about Numeral Systems," in Universals of Human Language, ed.
The face value of the coin in numeral wording 20 in bold letters and in Urdu script is written on the right and left sides of crescent star respectively.
While a new note is held up to the light, the numeral value of each note on the front (near the butterfly) comes together in perfect register with the reverse, on the back of the note and if someone viewed closely below the butterfly, an area of text reading "CBSL" and the numeral value can be seen in all the notes.
The obverse (front) side of the note contains a see-through register with denominational numeral 100, a latent image with the numeral and also a Devanagari version of the same.
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