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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of corridors in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of corridors in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of corridors in a Sentence

  1. James Reynolds:

    There was plywood and shards of glass flying through the corridors, it must be hell for the people out there living in huts and fragile homes, must be terrifying.

  2. Unknown:

    Through the doors of perception Down the corridors of uncertainty Into the room of self doubt Opens the window of opportunity.

  3. David Pilgrim:

    I am blessed to travel this country to talk about racism. Yes, its a blessing, but in every place someone says, ‘If you stop talking about race, racism will go away.’ That doesn’t even make stupid sense. The reality is that we talk about race all the time, in corridors, in offices, at ballgames, but we do not often talk about it in places where our ideas are challenged.”

  4. Bernie Sanders:

    I mean, I cannot walk down the corridors of Capitol Hill without being really begged by the media to attack Hillary Clinton, they want to make this personal. ... I choose not to do that. Let's talk about the economy, let's talk about Wall Street, let's talk about climate change, let's talk about education. Frankly, that is what the American people want to get discussed.

  5. John Carr:

    Pope Francis is the ultimate Washington outsider. His priorities are not Washington's priorities, we think we are the center of the world. We are not the center of Pope Francis' world. He is frankly more comfortable in the slums of Argentina than in the corridors of power.

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