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arabic numerals

[′ar·ə·bik ′nüm·rəlz]
(mathematics)
The numerals 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. Also known as Hindu-Arabic numerals.
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No Arabic number word shifts to a five-letter Web3 word, and only two shift to four-letter words:
In all instances, Arabic numbers should be used as superscripts for footnotes appearing in the text.
There is a raymond Weil Tango men's watch, advertised as "Stainless steel case, black dial with red accented hands, luminous Arabic numbers, sapphire crystal glass".
With a polished solid gold "cushion-shaped" fixed bezel with Arabic numbers, this 40 mm, water resistant chronograph, including a sapphire case back, is being offered with a solid steel folding clasp with safety pushbuttons stainless steel and gold plated bracelet.
It showed that an early 17th-century Spanish author had translated Spanish and Arabic numbers to an unknown language on the flip side of the letter.
Legends for illustrations or figures: Type legends double-spaced, starting on a separate page, with arabic numbers corresponding to the illustrations or figures.
Around the 12th century, Arabic numbers reached Europe, but they took another 300 years to replace Roman numerals.
Types are designated by letters, and a distinct band pattern within a type (similarity index [is greater than] 90%, but [is less than] 100%) is designated by subscript Arabic numbers, indicating a subtype (e.
Bernstein's story starts with the use of Arabic numbers developed from the Hindu numbering system.
Decuma's product line consists of three handwriting recognition software products: Decuma OnSpot, for English, French, Spanish, German, Italian and other Western languages; Decuma Chinese for Simplified and Traditional Chinese; and Decuma Japanese, which supports Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana, English alphabetic characters and Arabic numbers.
While she has previously worked with Arabic numbers as designs on her products, this time out she explores letters, using them to create abstract designs on a range of pale-colored circular and square rugs.
The 1439 balances its rose gold coloring with a primarily black strap, dial border, and Arabic numbers.