from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The study of the occult meanings of numbers and their supposed influence on human life.
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- n. The study of the purported mystical relationship between numbers and the character or action of physical objects and living things.
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- n. the study of the supposed occult influence of numbers on human affairs
People who believe in numerology say that numbers are more meaningful than we think.
Nero â€ “whose name in Jewish numerology is 666 â€ “blamed the fire on a small Jewish sect in Rome called the Christians.
He calls the numerology of the "23 flavors of Dr Pepper" and the Nov. 23 release date "pure coincidence."
It was a scary mind control project done on people who believe in numerology.
In Japanese numerology, the number 389 bears a phonetic resemblance to the word sa ba ku “desert”.
"Four is perhaps the most dubious of numbers [in Chinese numerology].
A Markham couple downsizing for retirement got a rude lesson recently in Chinese numerology.
Meanwhile the belief that numbers are connected to life and physical things - called numerology - has a long history.
Informed that Kabbalah encompassed some of her other interests, such as numerology and astrology, she went along with Bernhard to a class.
Prof. DYSON: Well, I think that, first of all, his -- the -- the kind of numerology that he delved into on his last pu -- posthumously pu -- published album, which was "Makaveli," so he adopted the
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