# not+exactly+divisible+by+2

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**Gregorian calendar**— the reformed Julian calendar now in use, according to which the ordinary year consists of 365 days, and a leap year of 366 days occurs in every year whose number is exactly divisible by 4 except centenary years whose numbers are not exactly… …2

**Repunit**— In recreational mathematics, a repunit is a number like 11, 111, or 1111 that contains only the digit 1. The term stands for repeated unit and was coined in 1966 by A.H. Beiler. A repunit prime is a repunit that is also a prime… …3

**Gregorian calendar**— Grego′rian cal′endar n. hor the reformed Julian calendar now in use, according to which the ordinary year consists of 365 days, and a leap year of 366 days occurs in every year whose number is exactly divisible by 4 except centenary years whose… …4

**Gregorian calendar**— /grəˌgɔriən ˈkæləndə/ (say gruh.gawreeuhn kaluhnduh) noun the reformed Julian calendar now in use, according to which the ordinary year consists of 365 days, and a leap year of 366 days occurs in every year whose number is exactly divisible by 4… …5

**leap year**— /ˈlip jɪə / (say leep year) noun a year containing 366 days, or one day (29 February) more than the ordinary year, to offset the difference in length between the ordinary year and the astronomical year (being, in practice, every year whose number …6

**odd**— adjective Etymology: Middle English odde, from Old Norse oddi point of land, triangle, odd number; akin to Old English ord point of a weapon Date: 14th century 1. a. being without a corresponding mate < an odd shoe > b. (1) left over after others …7

**uneven**— a. 1. Rough, ragged, jagged, rugged. 2. Unequal. 3. Odd, not exactly divisible by 2 …8

**prime number**— /ˈpraɪm nʌmbə/ (say pruym numbuh) noun a positive integer not exactly divisible by any integer except itself and unity: 5 is a prime number …9

**Gregorian calendar**— For the calendar of religious holidays and periods, see Liturgical year. For this year s Gregorian calendar, see Common year starting on Saturday. 2011 in other calendars Gregorian calendar 2011 MMXI …10

**List of domino games**— This is a partial list of games played with domino tiles or similar equipment. The most typical domino games are layout games, i.e. games in which the players add matching tiles from their hand to a layout in the middle of the table. These can be …