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From: Wayne <wwatson@bciu.k12.pa.us>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2001121608:28:53
Subject: Re: Re: Palindromic Problem

How about 99? The number is a palindorme, each digit is a square and
it fits the rule that says plays are measured from the line of
scrimmage (except for kickoff and punt returns). It could also be 44
yards or 11 yards but neither is likely to be a record.

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