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+ Probably the only palindromic prime that can be expressed by the form n!+(n+1). [Silva]

+ 727 starts the first chain of four palindromic primes, each formed from the previous one in forward and reverse order: 727, 72727, 727272727, 72727272727272727. [Silva]

+ The sum of the first five three-digit primes with midlle digit zero. [Silva]

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