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• 212 and 646, e.g.

• 212 and 646, in Manhattan

• 256 and 512, e.g.

• 3-digit telephone numbers

• 307 for Wyoming and 907 for Alaska

• 727 and others

• 747 and 757, e.g.

• Ever increasing means of classification

• Introductory numbers

• iPhone entries

• Long distance trios

• Long-distance callers' needs

• Long-distance needs

• Long-distance requests

• Many new numbers these days

• Michigan's 989 is the highest of them in America

• New York City has five

• New York City has six

• New York City quintet

• Numbers following 1

• Numbers in parentheses

• Numbers of callers

• Numbers usually in parentheses

• Numbers which are often parenthesized

• Opening numbers?

• Phone number parts

• Phone numbers

• Phone-number intros

• Phone-number starters

• Some leading trios are essentially reenacting poems (4,5)

• Some of them are overlaid

• Some three-digit numbers

• Telephone number parts

• Telephone numbers?

• There are two in Utah

• They may follow ones

• They may precede exchanges

• They precede exchanges

• They're often found in parentheses

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