%I
%S 1,2,3,6,7,8,10,15,16,23,27,28,33,37,38,40,50,60,70,74,75,79,83,87,88,
%T 93,97,98,104,105,109,111,112,120,124,125,129,130,134,135,139,143,147,
%U 148,153,157,158,163,167,168,171,172,176,180,184,185,189,190,194,195
%N Positive integers whose English names contain a prime number of letters.
%e First value is 1 because 1 > "ONE" > 3 letters and 3 is prime. Numbers >100 use naming convention using "and": 199 > "ONEHUNDREDANDNINETYNINE" > 23 letters and 23 is prime.
%K easy,nonn,word
%O 1,2
%A Mark Hudson (mrmarkhudson(AT)hotmail.com), Jul 02 2002
