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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of locusts in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of locusts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of locusts in a Sentence

  1. Cyril Ferrand:

    The second wave is coming, as crops are planted, locusts will eat everything.

  2. Bhagirath Choudhary:

    We've been rather lucky that we've got a week or two to get our acts together and stop locusts before summer sowing gathers momentum.

  3. Danielle Hecker:

    We've just been cutting people's trees down in their yard because the insurance isn't going to cover that and we've been taking care of that and we've been going through like a swarm of locusts taking all these trees down.

  4. Christian Yates:

    The most important thing we found in our research was that if you take two locusts coming in one direction and one in the other then these two locusts can turn this individual, and if you don't include this' two meets one' interaction then you find that you can't replicate these startling switches of behavior that you see in the locusts, the same sorts of things that you might see in flocks of starlings changing direction quickly or in schools of fish.

  5. Christian Yates:

    If we can somehow increase the external noise that these locusts are experiencing then we might be able to break up the swarm, isolate the individuals, and deprive them of the benefits of being in a swarm.

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