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Water boils at approximately 373 Kelvin. [Croll]
373 = 32 + 52 + 72 + 112 + 132, i.e., the sum of the squares of five consecutive primes. [De Geest]
373 is the largest prime such that each substring is prime. [Bakker]
The smaller member of a Gridgeman pair. [Patterson]
The only three-digit prime with digits a, b, c, such that a, b, c, ab, and bc are all prime, i.e., 3, 7, 3, 37, and 73 are all prime. [Seidov]
The smaller prime in the smallest Gridgeman pair that remains so when 0s are inserted between digits. [Punches]
The smallest "primemirp" having only prime digits. [Beedassy]
The smallest 3-digit prime that is an absolute, prime-digit, left and right-truncatable (ambi-truncatable?) prime. [Green]
The largest strange number.
The first palindromic prime formed from the enddigits of consecutive primes (43, 47, 53). [Silva]
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