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What do 2013 and 1432 have in common?

HAPPY NEW YEAR! Here’s something small we thought we’d share with you. 2013 marks the first time since 1987 that the year can be written with four different digits. What’s more, it’s the first time since the year 1432 that the year can be written with four consecutive numbers, though obviously not in the right order. That was last done in the year 1234 – a mere 779 years ago.

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