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a word or phrase that reads the same backward as forward

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In August, 2014, WORD WAYS held a "Geographic Palindrome Contest" in which the goal was to make a palindrome with the name of a geographic place (real or fictitious) in it.
The year 2002 is a palindrome (a number that reads the same from left to right as it does from right to left).
This startling question is a palindrome, a verbal design that reads the same backward and forward.
In other words, one the same "text" is "read" forward and backward forming a palindrome.
There's more: the number 111,111 times 111,111 equals 12,345,654,321 - another palindrome.
Palindrome said he was on the case and would run a check on the broadband and the land line because the phone clarity sucked as well.
The genes in these palindromes occur in pairs, one copy on each arm of the palindrome, and can therefore be maintained over evolutionary time.
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Oraic Tolic conceived Palindrome Apocalypse in the 1980s, but with the 1991 attack of the Yugoslav Army on Croatia, she was reminded of disturbing visions from her poem again.
An interesting observation is proved in the article, namely that the only regular prime number palindrome with an even number of digits is 11.
On the one hand you could say rotator is a palindrome, like tit.
The title is a menacing Latin palindrome that might be rendered: "At night we walk in circles and are consumed by fire.
A palindrome is a word, phrase, verse, or sentence that reads the same backwards - hence the name Aviva is a palindrome, as is her journey which leads her back to the beginning.
WELL, according to the dictionary, a palindrome is a word or phrase that reads the same backwards as forwards.
DISTURBING: Stephen Adly-Guirgis and Shayna Levine star in Todd Solondz's Palindrome (15)