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Gematria/Numerology

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A young man is escorted into the office of an editor for a famous publishing house. He declares he has an idea for an entirely new story plot. The significant, a woman in her mid-forties, looks across her mahogany desk and makes a quick character study of her visitor. He appears to be about twenty-five, handsome enough, red-haired, with many freckles on his face. He has an eager and confident look about himself. While she’s making her inspection of him, he’s doing the same of her.

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Nowlan, R.A. (2017). Gematria/Numerology. In: Masters of Mathematics. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-893-8_31

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