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A072423 The t-est sequence is similar to the Aronson sequence except that instead of being in English it is in Latin. 1

%I

%S 1,4,11,16,19,29,33,42,56,70,71,74,77,87,105,109,121,128,132,142,151,

%T 161,166,171,181,185,192,202,207,212,219,227,234,251,258,261,276,283,

%U 291,313,320,343,350,366,375,382,401,408,412,427,434,443,455,462

%N The t-est sequence is similar to the Aronson sequence except that instead of being in English it is in Latin.

%D M. J. Halm, Newies, Mpossibilities 64, p. 3 (Mar. 1997)

%H M. J. Halm, <a href="http://michaelhalm.tripod.com/andre_joyce_s_coined_words.htm">neologisms</a>

%F From the generating sentence: "T est prima et quarta et undecima et sexima decima et nona decima et nona vicesima ... littera in hic sententiam."

%e a(2) = 4 because the T in the first use of the word, est, is the fourth in the generating sentence.

%Y Cf. A005224, A014367, A072886, A072887.

%K nonn,word

%O 1,2

%A _Michael Joseph Halm_, Jul 31 2002

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