What Is the Longest Palindrome?

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The longest palindrome is believed to be 'A man, a plan, and a canal: Panama'; a computer program that generated a 540 word palindrome, created by Dan Hoey. A palindrome is a phrase, word, verse or sentence that reads the same either backward or forward.
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This is a lot of fun. A palindrome is a word, verse or sentence that reads the same front to back as it does back to front. The longest English word that is a palindrome is redivider. There are records of palindrome sentences and verses as well. You can find more information here: http://www.fun-with-words.com/palin_explain.html
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The longest palindrome throughout the world is 74,633 letters created by a computer, it is approximately 17,826 sentences and it was created by a computer.
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Adam's words to Eve when they first met..."Madam I'm Adam". actually it's A man a plan a canal
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Latin Roma reges una non anus ager amor Adoro te animo, domina et oro da Ibi etsi vist te ibi Meritis servi sinum munis ivres sitirem Embed Quote
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The longest palindromic word in the Oxford English Dictionary is the onomatopoeic
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The longest palindrome throughout the world is 74,633 letters created by a computer, it is approximately 17,826 sentences and it was created by a computer. ...
The longest palindrome throughout the world is 74,633 letters created by a computer, it is approximately 17,826 sentences and it was created by a computer. ...
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