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+ The smallest prime with digit 0. [Beedassy]

+ "Hundred and one" represents one of the 101 partitions of the letters used in this order. [Beedassy]

+ The smallest palindromic prime that uses a prime number of distinct nonprime digits. [Beedassy]

+ The smallest anti-Yarborough prime (i.e., made up of digits 0 and 1 only) whose binary representation (11001012) is also an anti-Yarborough prime in base ten. [Beedassy]

+ The first prime that in figures and words (in UK spelling) includes both the first numerical digit (101) and the first alphabetical letter (one hundred and one). [Beedassy]

+ In the classic fairy tale Sleeping Beauty, the lovely princess was awakened back to life by a smitten prince's kiss laid on the 101th year following her accidentally prick-induced trance, in accordance with the attenuated curse. [Beedassy]

+ If A = 2 (base 2) = 10, B = 3 (base 3) = 11, C = 5 (base 5) = 12, ..., then "PRIMECURIOS" is 101. [Beedassy]

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