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+ The only emirp that can be represented as sum of all the 3-digit primes beginning with the same digit d, (d=4), i.e., 401+409+...+499. [Loungrides]

+ The only 4-digit emirp p such that p+1 is an EPRN, (see PC2521). [Loungrides]

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