Arabic numeral

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Synonyms for Arabic numeral

one of the symbols 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,0

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Also in this margin, Ximenez included a reference to his scholium at the end of the volume, which in turn uses the Arabic numerals to address the first folio's assertions of Europeanstyle writing.
The subtle play of the Arabic numerals, which border the two symmetrical anthracite bi-retrograde date zones, blends harmoniously with the white gold applique hour-markers.
As their name suggests, the Arabic numerals were brought to Europe by the Arabs, who, in turn, had obtained it from the Indians.
The 38 will have the production year in regular Arabic numerals and the Fascist date in Roman numerals.
On the lower levels were used only Arabic numerals (1, 2, .
Among his changes are revising definitions to account for changes in English, rearranging the order of elements in the entries, adding new definitions from recent texts, adding help to identify difficult forms, and changing Biblical references from Roman to Arabic numerals.
Another major Western invasion that is going unchallenged is the growing use of what English-speakers call Arabic numerals.
Both featured clean lines, and each dial had Arabic numerals.
The sun-brushed purple dial shows white Arabic numerals at all hours but 3, where a white-on-purple date window appears.
Earlier this year, China banned names using Arabic numerals, foreign languages and symbols that are not part of Chinese minority languages, but whether@has been allowed to keep his unusual name has not been confirmed.
E) All tables should be typed on separate sheets and numbered consecutively in Arabic numerals.
It was to avoid confusion that the roman numerals (I and II) were replaced by Arabic numerals in the words type 1 and type 2 diabetes, so patients do not read them as type one and type eleven.
His Swiss, keyless cylinder watch with Arabic numerals, which he carried on his first journey through Syria in 1910 as he was writing his university thesis on crusader castles, was also given to Cpl Evans as a thank-you gift.