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+ The largest known example such that 379! - 1 and 379# + 1 are both primes. [Gupta]

+ The smallest multidigit prime consisting of distinct digits such that its largest digit is equal to the largest digit of the sum of its digits. [Russo]

+ The sum of the seven smallest primes whose last digit is seven. [Gallardo]

+ "Man o' War" is buried beneath a larger-than-life bronze statue of himself at Kentucky Horse Park, surrounded by the graves of several of his 379 children.

+ It was not until page 379 in the first edition of their pivotal "Principia Mathematica" (a 1910 text deriving logic and mathematics from an axiomatic basis) that Whitehead and Russell were able to prove the key lemma, which would later allow them to prove that 1 + 1 = 2. [Caldwell]

+ The smallest prime whose digits form a scalene triangle with prime perimeter. [Beedassy]

+ 379 is the sum of the first m odd primes, where m is the mean of p3, p7, p9. (pn being the nth prime) [Beedassy]

+ In an episode of Doctor Who, the number 379 is last term in a sequence of four happy primes used as a code for unlocking a sealed door on a spaceship about to collide with a star.

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