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Let's talk about a palindrome
         A palindrome is a word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backward as forward. I have a dear friend at work who is a modern day Amelia Earhart and she is proud that her name is a palindrome. She taught me a lot about this word, plus how to go ballooning. Her name is Hannah, and she is just like the original Amelia Earhart in more ways then one. Not only is here name a palindrome, but she gave me many more examples of a palindrome. Words like Mom, Dad, Poppop, Nana, and racecar. Oh yes racecar, spell it out for yourself.

         Let's explore some other words that are palindromes. There's - madam, Taco cat, kayak, redivider, deified, civic, radar, level, rotor, reviver, and refer. An Italian palindrome is - Amore, Roma. There's more like - Anna, civic, kayak, level, noon, radar, redder, repaper, rotator, sagas, solos, stats, tenet, and wow.

         There are multiple word palindromes like - Don't nod, I did, did I?, my gym, Red rum, sir, is murder, and step on no pets. There's also Top spot, Was it a cat I saw?, Eva, can I see bees in a cave?, and No lemon, no melon, just to name a few. The possibilities for multiple word palindromes is as endless as the mind can go.

         I really didn't know much about the word palindrome, before I met Hannah and she explained to me that her own name was such a thing. So since I learned something new, I thought that I'd pass it onto to you the reader. Have a good day!

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