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 A114332 English spelling of n ends with a(n)-th letter of the alphabet. 1

%I

%S 5,15,5,18,5,24,14,20,5,14,14,5,14,14,14,14,14,14,14,25,5,15,5,18,5,

%T 24,14,20,5,25,5,15,5,18,5,24,14,20,5,25,5,15,5,18,5,24,14,20,5,25,5,

%U 15,5,18,5,24,14,20,5,25,5,15,5,18,5,24,14,20,5,25,5,15,5,18,5,24,14,20,5,25

%N English spelling of n ends with a(n)-th letter of the alphabet.

%C Sequence could be extended to zero where a(0) would be 15.

%H B. Deal, <a href="http://puzblog2.notlong.com">Blaine's Puzzle Blog</a>.

%H Chuck Gaydos, <a href="http://seqpost2.notlong.com">Sequence puzzle posting at Clifford Pickover forum</a>.

%e One ends with 'e' which is the 5th letter of the alphabet, hence a(1)=5. Two ends with 'o' which is the 15th letter of the alphabet, hence a(2)=15.

%Y Cf. A005606.

%K easy,nonn,word

%O 1,1

%A Blaine J. Deal Feb 06 2006

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