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Steam locomotive number 433 stands at the trailhead of the
Virginia Creeper Trail in Abingdon, Virginia. Avantgarde composer John Cage's piece titled 4'33" (referred to as "four, thirtythree") entails playing nothing at all for four minutes and thirtythree seconds. [Earls] The last 433 digits of 433^{433} form a prime number. [Gupta] The smallest prime greater than three that is the sum of the digits of first integers up to another prime. [Silva] The Mid Ocean Golf Club in Bermuda has a 433yard fifth known as the "Cape." [Mello] The modernist poem "The Waste Land" by T. S. Eliot is often cited as having a line count of 433, but actually contains one more. The error is due to the author himself footnoting some of the last lines incorrectly. 433^4 = 35152125121 and 035+152+125+121 = 433. [Machio] The number of the billiards/pool hall in the "Police Academy 2" picture. The Chandler Wobble has a period of 433 days. The imposing rocks of the Lorelei are 433 feet above the Rhine. The first multidigit prime p such that 30*p+11 starts a prime quadruplet, (13001, 13003, 13007, 13009). Note that the sums of digits of its members make the first quadruplet (5, 7, 11, 13). [Loungrides] Bill McKaig, a Presbyterian minister from Glasgow, Scotland, once scored a maximum 433 points on 151, a quiz show in Britain. [Homewood]
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