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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of alum. in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of alum. in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of alum. in a Sentence

  1. Rod Wheeler:

    Cydney Ireland said. The sprawling, 58,000-student main campus in downtown Columbus is one of the nation's largest. Fox News contributor Rod Wheeler, a former Washington DC homicide detective and an Ohio State University alum, said the school's police department is highly trained. People don’t need to panic.

  2. Joe Biden:

    Of course, President Harris is a proud Howard [University] alum.

  3. Jennifer Garner:

    In all honestly I have never wanted to do anything less, and I have never regretted saying yes to anything more than speaking to all of you, writing this speech has made me examine my life choices. It has made me gain five pounds... I have experienced an unhealthy level of self-loathing. I have even hated on Steve Carrell, Denison University alum [ actor ] Steve Carrell. I feel like Steve Carrell graduated 10 years before me, Steve Carrell should have had to do this first. I mean, Steve Carrell was in' The Office.'.

  4. Johnny Ludvigsson:

    Treatment with GAD-alum seems to be a promising, simple and safe way to preserve insulin production in around half of patients with type 1 diabetes, the ones who have the right type of HLA, this is why we are looking forward to carrying out larger studies, and we hope these will lead to a drug that can change the progress of type 1 diabetes.

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