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- n. A simple cipher, where each letter is replaced by the letter 13 positions beyond it in the alphabet (wrapping at Z to A.) It is an example of a Caesar cipher, and it is its own inverse.
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But then, so is English with the vowels removed, or encrypted with the rot-13″ rotation cipher.
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