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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of newcomers in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of newcomers in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. John Kelly:

    Sometimes United States just for fun, perhaps these lighter slang and pop culture newcomers to our dictionary reflect another important aspect of our time -- a cautious optimism and a brighter mood about the future ahead after a trying 2020.

  2. Aye Cho:

    We're new so we're still trying to gain momentum, only time will tell how useful we can be but having a space like this to meet and share will at least broaden the horizon for the newcomers.

  3. Ernie Medina:

    USA Pickleball, the national governing body of pickleball in the USA, has almost 2,000 Ambassadors all over the USA. Their mission is to help grow the sport of pickleball in their area, and one of those duties includes helping teach newcomers how to play.

  4. Chip Hunnicutt:

    The eat organic and field to fork movements were also accelerated due to COVID-19 as newcomers spoke with potential mentors and spent time around other hunters, they became engaged in the camaraderie, enjoyed the outdoors in a way they have not previously, and were able to partake in the spoils of a successful hunt.

  5. Ahmed Hussen:

    Thanks in great part to the newcomers we have welcomed throughout our history, Canada has developed into the strong and vibrant country we all enjoy.

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