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What is a Palindrome?

A palindrome is a word, phrase or sequence that reads the same backward as forward.

Palindromes are getting a lot of attention this week. A palindrome is a word, phrase or sequence that reads the same backward as forward.

Common examples include words like mom, dad, Bob, or the palindrome phrase, "A Santa at NASA."

The letters spell the same words forward and backward.

We’re now in the midst of a calendar palindrome. From July 10 to 19, 2017, if you use the numerical date, giving July a single digit, and excluding any slashes or periods, you can flip the date around and get the same result. 71317 works the same in either direction.

The 10 straight days of palindromes will happen again next year during the month of August. Then in 2019, during the month of September.

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