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Palindrome is a very interesting poetic device used to be for the patient and creative poets until recent time when technology has made the creation of palindrome very easy.
Palindrome can be defined as a meaningful word, phrase, sentence or any work of art that can be read forward and backward.

Below are few examples of English palindromes you'll find everywhere: (1) Able was I ere I saw Elba
(2) A man, a plan, a canal_ Panama!
(3) Madam, I'm Adam
(4) Madam in Eden, I'm Adam
(5) Doc, note: I dissent. A fast never prevents a fatness. I diet on cod (6) Never odd or even
(7) Rise to vote, sir
(8) Was it a car or a cat I saw
(9) Dammit, I'm mad
(10) Eva, can I stab bats in a cave

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