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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of museums in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of museums in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of museums in a Sentence

  1. Marianne Nyegaard:

    The new species managed to evade discovery for nearly three centuries by ‘hiding’ in a messy history of sunfish taxonomy, partially because they are so difficult to preserve and study, even for natural history museums, that is why we named it Mola tecta (the Hoodwinker Sunfish), derived from the Latin tectus, meaning disguised or hidden.

  2. Joseph Gonzales:

    Museums of causes or museums of ideas can be particularly challenging, they're ideological or they're about abstract concepts, and they're not collection-based.

  3. Adamo Macri:

    Art exhibitions would be less censored if they were rated, G or NC-17, like movies. People in general see galleries and museums as family-appropriate excursions. Censorship is a provided system which caters to lazy parenting, which is publicly-funded and socially accepted.

  4. Gary Arndt:

    Many archeology and paleontology sites are often disappointing, because the things that made them famous have been dug out of the ground and are now in museums. it is by far the most ambitious World Heritage site I've visited.

  5. British Museum:

    The Trustees have always believed that such loans must continue between museums in spite of political disagreements between governments, it is a position energetically shared by our counterparts in Russia.

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    living by preying on other animals especially by catching living prey
    • A. ravening
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    • C. foreordained
    • D. ectomorphic

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