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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of invitations in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of invitations in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of invitations in a Sentence

  1. Damian Collins:

    Evidence uncovered by my Committee shows he still has questions to answer yet hes continued to duck them, refusing to respond to our invitations directly or sending representatives who dont have the right information, mark Zuckerberg continually fails to show the levels of leadership and personal responsibility that should be expected from someone who sits at the top of one of the worlds biggest companies.

  2. Laurent Fabius:

    Mr (Staffan) de Mistura sent invitations ... the PYD group was causing the most problems, and Mr de Mistura told me he had not sent them an invitation letter.

  3. James Andrew Miller:

    ' SNL' has had a tradition of going outside of movie openings and television events and other predictable hosting invitations, it's picked hosts from all walks of life and different people from all parts of the culture.

  4. Alderman Robin Rue Simmons:

    We have taken great time to have robust, diverse, various invitations for community engagement ; and we've done that successfully, the fact that something as important as repair and justice for Black residents has turned into a divisive political movement of course is disappointing.

  5. Gordana Biernat:

    Thoughts are vibrations sending invitations, summoning things, pulling strings, fixing the stage for you to engage in the play of life.

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    actively or fully engaged or occupied
    • A. brilliant
    • B. noninvasive
    • C. reassuring
    • D. busy

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