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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.
When he was just two years old he learned Arabic numbers by going around the compound and looking at the licence plates on cars," he recalled.
His effortless and impeccable style of rendering Arabic numbers has been appreciated by renowned Arabic Singers like Mohd Abdu, Ali Abdul Sattar, Abood Khawaja, Hussain Jesmi, Sami Yusuf and Yusuf Islam.
About 30 pages of reference appendices list legal terms, conversion factors, the Cyrillic alphabet, and Arabic numbers.
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".
Options included (a) saying the number words out loud or mentally, (b) visualising the Arabic digits, (c) writing the Arabic numbers on paper, (d) using a calculator, and (e) others (in this last case, participants had to state which).
The NDE appears either in Arabic numbers comparisons or in collection comparisons (Ansari, Dhital, & Siong, 2006; Barth, Kanwisher, & Spelke, 2003; Buckley & Gillman, 1974) and numerals (Ansari, Fugelsang, Dhital, & Venkatraman, 2006; Pinel, Dehaene, Riviere, & Le Bihan, 2001), indicating this effect is not constrained by the stimulus's format.
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.
Where necessary, individual chemical formulae can be identified with bold Arabic numbers set over to the right in parentheses.
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.