A palindrome is a word, phrase, or sentence that reads the same forward and backward. Here are some examples of palindromes.
- A Santa at NASA.
- Dee saw a seed.
- Never odd or even
- Nurses run.
- Rise to vote, sir.
- Was it a cat I saw?
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