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+ The first emirp that can be split into two smaller emirps: (13, 337). Note that the reversal 73331 can be split into two smaller primes, apart from the associated reversal pair (733, 31), in two more ways, viz., (73, 331) ; (7, 3331). [Beedassy]

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